Susan Gilbert – How to Create a Wikipedia Page

Noteability is the Word of the Day


If you want more recognition and influence in today’s online oriented world, a Wikipedia article may be your ticket to greater exposure.

Wikipedia is a culture unto itself with no one management source that oversees what sticks and what gets deleted.  We will cover what some of those pitfalls are; and, why having a Wikipedia page is worth the effort if you have the right qualifications.

[info]Read more about the value of being found on Wikipedia in Susan’s article at Social Buzz Club. Click here.[/info]

Learn the top four reasons for having a Wikipedia Page:

  1. Great exposure. Wikipedia is a high-traffic website and is the first stop for most Internet searchers.
  2. Reputation management. Your Wikipedia article will likely land on “page one” of an Internet search – elevating your reputation to top position in viewers’ eyes.
  3. Increased trust. When your name pops up on Wikipedia, you have gained instant credibility and trust – a third party article about you has merited inclusion on this public information resource.
  4. Fact-based coverage. Wikipedia pages are devoid of opinion or marketing hyperbole and are widely considered to be an “encyclopedia” of factual information. This is good for you – your essential information is not cloaked in propaganda.

And, last but not least, if you are interested in elevating your Klout Score, a Wikipedia page will do that as well.

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More about Susan:

Susan Gilbert has evolved years of traditional business experience into several cutting edge projects.  As the author/publisher of her Bestselling gift book, “The Land of I Can”, co-author of “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Starting and Running a Coffee Bar”, and Kindle author for “Klout Score: Social Media Influence”, she understands book promotion.

If you are active online, you’ll see her on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest daily.

She helps authors, speakers and small businesses with her famous Website Makeovers, social media and book promotions, and traditionally has also been a regularly quoted resource in USA Today, Entrepreneur, Inc. Magazine and many more.

Dan Janal – How To Tell Your Story to The World

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#Publicity can lead to profits and influence!

Learn the insider secrets to get media attention so you can make your mark on the world from one of the leading experts.

Dan Janal is one of the Founding Fathers of Internet Marketing and Publicity. He wrote one of the first books on Internet Marketing back in 1994. He taught the first Internet Marketing class at Berkeley and also taught Internet Branding at Stanford. He now focuses on helping clients build their brands so they can sell more products and services.

[success]Read Dan’s article about Common Publicity Myths & Mistakes – at Social Buzz Club.[/success]

Reporters need more content from experts and authorities like you – but they don’t know you exist! Attend this session to find out how you can become the go-to person when reporters want to write a story about your topic. You win because reporters help you tell your story to the world!

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to get found
  • How to stand out from the crowd
  • What to say and how to say it
  • How to make the best use of the articles you are quoted in
  • How to integrate the media into your marketing campaign

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