The Wikipedia hive mind does not take kindly to the ad copy. So blatantly self-promotional language and a lack of citations are likely to get a would-be writer nowhere. But if there’s one thing the Internet has taught us, it’s that almost anything can be used as a low-cost publicity tool.
That’s where record producer Erez Safer and film maker Aaron Wertheimer come in. As the New York Daily News reports, if you’re looking for a presence on the site, these two Brooklyn gentlemen will build you a thoroughly footnoted Wikipedia page for a mere $300. So far, they’ve got about a dozen on the site, ten in the works, and a hundred requests in the pipeline. The system: gamed. Read More