WhiteHatWiki offers select clients a proactive monitoring service to keep them apprised of problematic edits. We provide in-depth weekly reviews of all substantive edits of mornited articles, along with accompanying recommendations for responses. We can also set up clients with 24×7 automated alerts for any changes to an article. Since speed is sometimes critical to successfully resolving Wikipedia problems, this gives clients an edge when seeking to contest edits that violate Wikipedia policy (or simply contain false information).
This customized service is recommended for clients with the specific need for very timely responses to changes on Wikipedia pages. Clients who have an interest in pages with few changes every month usually don’t require active monitoring. Even without active monitoring, we’re always available to assist with the article update process.