Wikipedia Editing

Expert Wikipedia page editing services.


Reputation X existing article editing services remove warning templates, improve article structure, correct misinformation, improve references, develop infoboxes, improve Wikidata profiles, and much more. See below for  more information on our service, process, and pricing. 

Service Overview


Reputation X is one of the most experience online reputation firms in the world. We've been at this more than 15 years.

The Wikipedia editors we work with are experts with a minimum of five years experience and subject matter experts. 

Our relationships with a wide variety of editors with specialized expertise insure the highest quality articles.

Peer Review

Reputation X developed a unique peer review process to insure the highest quality content is published on Wikipedia.

Once thorough research has been completed the unpublished draft document is shared with Wikipedia experts for discussion and improvement. We take this extra step to identify any weaknesses in the future article, leading to better outcomes. 

Wikidata Included

Wikidata is a database used by search engines to understand entities - like brands. Simple Wikidata entries are automatically generated when a Wikipedia page is created. But Reputation X dramatically improves them with more detailed information to improve overall search results for our clients well beyond Wikipedia alone.

15+ Years Experience

Reputation X has been helping to improve the online brands of executives, politicians, companies, NGO's, political entities, and celebrities since 2005. 

We have the deep experience to understand virtually any problem and develop a solution. Our creative, custom, approaches have withstood the test of time. We're looking forward to helping you. 



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Wikipedia editing process

The Reputation X Wikipedia article editing process takes different forms based on the issue we're working to solve. But the overall outline of the process includes careful research, draft Wikipedia content development, private Wikipedia peer review, editor credibility development, third-party Wikipedia page relevance seeding, page publishing, monitoring and, sometimes, defense. We handle almost the entire process from top to bottom. 

Wikipedia editing process



The direction research takes depends on the issue being solved. For example, if rogue editors are using the Wikipedia article about your company as a non-neutral propaganda vehicle, the editors themselves will often be researched. They may be sock puppets, people paid by others to deface or spin the contents of a page. We may research each reference in the page to assure the content being linked to is actually what previous editors say it is - because it's often not. Other examples of research involve finding suitably reference-ready material for factual counterpoints. 

Wikipedia strategy

There are many ways to approach improvement of a Wikipedia page. But one of the worst is for the subject of the page to make the edits themselves, a practice that can be construed as Conflict of Interest. Other examples of Wikipedia strategy involve the development of materials on the web that can be referenced to support factual statements. Some strategies are quiet, others involve going head-to-head with other editors. Most strategies have one thing in common though – patience. Careful, deliberate, non-emotional and fully supportable methods usually win the day. 

Draft development

The draft document is a roadmap. It not only enables our clients to see what the page can look like in the future, it also gives the Wikipedia editors we invite for peer review something tangible to discuss and critique. In its early stages the draft is a collaborative document. But no matter how perfect a draft document is, the ultimate Wikipedia page that springs forth will eventually be changed. Wikipedia is editable by all. But the draft we design and develop is valuable because it sets the direction of future edits – even those of third-parties to some extent. 

Peer review for quality

Reputation X developed a unique peer review process that insures the highest quality content is published on Wikipedia. The Wikipedia page clients envision is often quite different than the one real world Wikipedia editors will want to see. That's why the peer review process is so important. Once thorough research has been completed the unpublished draft document is shared with Wikipedia experts for critical discussion and improvement. The draft inevitably changes to some extent, but it always gets better. We take this extra step to identify any weaknesses in the future article, leading to better outcomes. 


Wikipedia editors get the final say as to what they will or will not publish. After all, their reputations as high-quality editors are on the line. Publication of edits often takes place with multiple editors over time.  The manner in which this is done depends on many factors. Our standards, peer review, and process almost always result in a successfully developed Wikipedia page. 


Once a page has been successfully edited, Reputation X monitors the page for changes, asking editors to respond as appropriate to any challenges. 

Wikipedia page editing pricing

Research, preparation, copy writing, Wikipedia markup, and monitoring, are included. Notability and reference-able 3rd party articles are presumed ready. Allowances can be made should creation of notability be needed.

The average monthly price for Wikipedia page creation is $3,000 and normally lasts three to six months. Some campaigns can cost more. An example of a campaign that would cost more includes page edits that are likely to be challenged, and pages with active detractors (Ex: recent law suits, environmental issues, political issues).  Contact Reputation X to learn more about what your campaign may require (free).





Quick Start

$3,000 - One Time


Notability Research



Similar Entity Analysis



Article Draft A


Wikipedia Peer Editor Review


Article Draft B


Quality Assurance


Article Draft Presentation & Discussion



Wikipedia Article Seeding (as needed)


Initial Edit Publication


Monitoring Setup


Round 2 Editing


Round 3 Editing


Round 4 Editing



Active Article Monitoring


Article Defense (When appropriate)



Ask a representative which price point is right for you

USD $3,000 or $5,000 or $8,000
Per month for 3 - 6 months. Price depends on resources needed. Each case is different.


* This is an average price. See above for examples.