Wikipedia’s policies are extremely complex. And just reading the rules is one thing. Actually applying them on real articles, reviewed by editors notorious for rejecting content that doesn’t meet Wikipedia’s standards, is far more difficult.
We work to bulletproof your articles, beefing them up with multiple sources and packing a great deal of content into tightly written language. This is a skill honed by many hundreds of hours of Wikipedia writing as well as decades of professional writing and editing experience.
In the event of a problem, experts, like WhiteHatWiki, can engage with Wikipedia editors using the specialized lingo (and links) that have developed to cite Wikipedia policies and guidelines. When it comes to negotiating a tough problem, demonstrating to other editors that you know what you’re doing, and you’re not just wasting their time with complaints, makes all the difference.