Wikipedia was created so that people can share knowledge with each other easily. In theory, that sounds great. Contributors from around the globe are able to add or adjust information once they meet certain guidelines. For the most part, things have gone well and Wikipedia can arguably be called the prime source of information for Millennials. As long as there is a computer with access to the Web, when you edit a Wiki page it is not a problem.
These edits are tracked so that it’s easy to locate who changed what and from where. Well did you know that there is a Twitter dedicated to Wiki edits made from Congress? Yes, there is. There have been edits made from there that range from the mundane to the bizarre. Some examples are editing the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer page to clarify that he was a fictional character, Changing the British spelling of “behaviour” to its American spelling, “behavior”, and removing Anas Zeghari from the List of the Richest Americans in History. There are plenty of others out there that are just as interesting.
While there is nothing wrong with someone editing their Wiki’s by themselves, there is a company out there ready, willing, and able to do it for them. By hiring a Wikipedia expert from Get Your Wiki, editing a page for mistakes wouldn’t even be a problem. Get Your Wiki is like a one stop shop for all things Wiki. Their service includes creating and maintaining a Wiki page for their clients thanks to their team of talented Wikipedia editors. They also monitor said pages to make sure that it is correct and up-to-date.