No matter what level of experience you have with Wikipedia, you’ll learn a good bit from this course.
You’re smart to get a bit of insight before you start (or continue) to interact with the site. So many clients come to me after something has already gone wrong. Don’t let that happen to you! In certain cases, the damage isn’t easily undone and can potentially plague the page down the road.
Damage? Anything from banners being placed on the page and your account getting flagged to getting the page deleted or worse!
This course will give you all the information you need to properly interact with Wikipedia when dealing with your own page.
It’s very tricky and important that you know this information.
1. What the site is and minimum requirements
2. The anatomy of a page
3. Registering, disclosing COI, requesting edits
4. New page basics, submitting a draft
5. Editing other pages, long term monitoring