My Wiki Pro are Erez Safar and Aaron Wertheimer, two friends and former roommates currently living in LA and Brooklyn, respectively. We’ve been creating and revising Wikipedia pages for clients since 2012. Our company has been featured in the New York Daily News, Time, Village Voice, Bloomberg.com, Salon, NBC New York and elsewhere. Aaron is an award-winning writer and filmmaker with a background in journalism. Erez is an LA-based creative machine, music producer and gallerist, the founder of Bancs, an award-winning production company, and co-founder of Gallery 38, a creative art space and art gallery in Los Angeles.
We research, write and post professional Wikipedia pages on a variety of subjects. We work within Wikipedia’s guidelines, writing the entries in a neutral, encyclopedic tone, citing each fact with a respected third-party source. Our approach is thorough and academic, and our goal is to add/revise factually accurate, properly-sourced subjects of public interest to Wikipedia. We only take on subjects that will pass Wikipedia’s strict guidelines on notability, and that have the press necessary to prove that notability.
Creating and maintaining a Wikipedia page can be a tricky undertaking. We’re here to help, and are happy to answer any questions you may have.
According to Alexa.com, Wikipedia is the sixth-most popular website in the world. An entry on Wikipedia is typically one of the first three results on Google search, and is a key component for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Colloquially, Wikipedia is the first thing people read when they want to find out about a subject. So it is of critical importance that you have a Wikipedia page, and that it’s accurate, up-to-date, properly formatted, well-sourced and in good standing.