86% of Company Wikipedia Pages Are Incomplete [INFOGRAPHIC]

by David King on Jan 05, 2012

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Being a Wikipedia consultant is like being a political ambassador between two countries with often competing interests.

Finding the areas where a company’s interests are aligned with Wikipedia’s is key to peaceful collaborations.

But what does the Wikipedia community want exactly? Where do they need the most help? What content do they want most? And what areas are they most likely to solicit the community to improve?

To answer questions like these I collected data on 6,000 company articles that are part of the Wikiproject for companies and looked at some Wiki-data.

Enjoy my home-made infographic and feel free to share on Twitter with a shout out to @David44357.

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David King is the founder of Ethical Wiki, a professional services organization that helps companies improve Wikipedia ethically by offering content, requesting corrections and discussing controversies. Learn more at ethicalwiki.com or read our eBook on Wikipedia & marketing....