WhiteHatWiki specializes in “white hat” ethical Wikipedia strategy and problem solving, offering the highest possible level of writing and research, while strictly abiding by official Wikipedia policies, including full disclosure that we are paid consultants and independent review of all our work.
We not only avoid all “black hat” tactics banned by Wikipedia, we go above and beyond by using the real names and credentials of our experts on Wikipedia.
Our full disclosure policy means that unlike most other Wikipedia consultants, we always publicly put our reputation on the line.
We’ve helped corporations, brands, executives, post-funded start ups, and executives with articles and updates on a wide range of topics, including on technical subjects ranging from artificial intelligence to cyber attacks. We often help companies quickly resolve issues with unfair or inaccurate content added to articles.
An extensive consultation with the client is followed by intensive background research by world-class Wikipedia experts with impressive real-world backgrounds as academics, lawyers, journalists and executives .Encyclopedia-quality articles and/or re-drafts or updates are produced in strict accordance with Wikipedia policies, such as neutral point of view and reliable sourcing, with the opportunity for several rounds of revisions.
All articles and updates are submitted for independent review by unaffiliated Wikipedia editors. We follow the article through the review and approval process. This bullet-proofs you from challenges or scandals about undisclosed editing.
Beware of Wikipedia consultants who do not fully public disclosure that they are paid consultants on the “Talk” page of articles and on their personal Wikipedia profiles – it makes their job much easier, but puts you and the article at significant risk of deletion, reversal of changes, or embarrassment in the press. It may also violate FCC regulations in the United States and the laws of other countries.