Establishing and Maintaining your Brand Online with Wikipedia

Online marketing is quickly becoming a godsend for small business and large corporations alike. It’s a quick, fast and easy way to launch your business or product without spending a fortune. But the common question remains, “Where do I start?” And once your reputation is built and your company has made an impact the ever more prevalent question is “How do I monitor my company’s online presence?” Well, we are here to help.

Marketing has changed
Over eleven billion Google searches happen worldwide on a monthly basis. Decades ago marketing was mainly for companies who had large annual budgets. Billboards would cost thousands monthly and then company owners were also pressured with the cost of buying more print ads and radio commercials to get their message across. This is not the case anymore! Sure, many corporations choose to go the traditional route, but most purchasers are finding their information online now and that’s where you should be marketing.

Wikipedia ranks in Google, and it ranks well
If you search the name of almost any company, Wikipedia is almost guaranteed to display on the first page of your Google results, and maybe even within the first three page results. If you’re not managing your Wikipedia page or if you haven’t created one yet, chances are you are losing potential customers without even knowing it!

The importance of brand and reputation management
Instant online changes are both a blessing and a curse. You can quickly update a Wikipedia page, but the same way you can change your page so can any Wikipedia user on this community run platform! Instead of spending hours creating and then maintaining your image you can now hire Wikipedia experts at Get Your Wiki to create, update or edit a Wikipedia page so you never have to worry about it again!

Get Your Wiki, ditch the worry
Your Wikipedia page will show up in Google searches, but false information or someone’s negative opinion of your business will never be on it again! Get Your Wiki, ditch the worry with the newest form of online reputation management.