Is your company or organization “notable” enough for Wikipedia?
While any self-respecting business or organization has its “story to tell”, Wikipedia is not
a repository for every company’s story. The organization must be notable, and the
MyWikiBiz.com editors will abide by this policy. (If your organization is deemed non-notable,
your payment will be immediately refunded.)
A company or corporation is notable if it meets any one of the following three criteria:
The company or organization has been the subject of multiple non-trivial published
works whose source is independent of the company itself, including published works in
all forms, such as newspaper articles, books, television documentaries, and published
reports by consumer watchdog organizations.
- Media re-prints of press releases, other publications where the company
or corporation talks about itself, and advertising for the company.
- Trivial coverage, such as newspaper articles that simply report extended
shopping hours or the publications of telephone numbers and
addresses in business directories.
The company or corporation is listed on ranking indices, produced by well-known and
independent publications, of important companies (such as the Fortune 500 or the
Deloitte Technology Fast 500).
The company's or corporation's share price is used to calculate stock market indices
(such as the S&P 500 or the Wilshire 5000).
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