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What's Wikipedia?

Wikipedia is a free content, multilingual online encyclopedia written and maintained by a community of volunteers through a model of open collaboration, using a wiki-based editing system. Individual contributors, also called editors, are known as Wikipedians. 

Why should you be on Wikipedia?

Like scientists, contributors to Wikipedia seek to collaboratively identify and publish true facts about the world. ... Wikipedia is a highly productive community of collaborative authorship in which individuals contribute to an open-content encyclopedia by adding content and revising others' work online.


It's highly ranked on Google, so it's highly relevant for SEO and search/results for your name or brand

Backlinks are mentioned on the page, which helps to increase your SEO ranking

You can upload and save your photo to Wikicommons and link to your Wikipedia profile


A Wikipedia page can help increase your credibility and reputation online and offline

How does it work?

To get your Wikipedia page live is simple and straight forward:


Complete the form below and send it to our writer to analyse your profile. 


We will analyse your profile and inform you if we can create your page. 


We send you our Terms and Conditions. Once you accept them, we start the work.


You celebrate your Wikipedia live and start sharing with your friends and family!

Who  should be on Wikipedia?

  • Artists

  • Entrepreneurs

  • Celebrities

  • Directors 

  • Presidents

  • CEOs

  • Health Experts

  • Food Expert

  • Experts in general

  • Leaders of communities

  • CEOs of charities

  • Religious leaders

How much does it cost and how do I pay? 

To build the Wikipedia page costs £600+vat. You pay in 3 x payments of £200+vat: 


After we analyse your profile and we can guarantee we can create your page, we send you the first invoice for £200+vat.


We write the content for your profile and send it for your approval. Once approved, we then invoice you £200+vat


You pay the last remaining £200+vat once your Wikipedia page is live on the website.
Then you can share it!


You pay the last remaining £200+vat once your Wikipedia page is live on the website.
Then you can share it!

Send your profile for analysis:

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  • What do we do?
    We get you featured in the media.
  • How does it work?
    Our concept is simple. Journalists and other content creators need experts to interview for: - Features in articles - Interviews on radio and podcast shows - Panelist or keynote speaker roles at events We match journalist requests with profiles of experts, like you.
  • What is a feature?
    It’s a comment, paragraph, article or interview where your expertise is broadcasted to an audience. It can be in print, online, through voice, or through video.
  • Do you guarantee I will be featured?
  • Can I choose which publication I can be featured in?
    No. No one in the world can guarantee where you will be featured. We work with journalists and content creators and they choose who they want to interview.
  • Why should I be featured?
    Because the more visible you are, the more business opportunities you attract. The more you share your expertise with the media, the more people will find you and get in touch with you when they need an expert in your field.
  • If I become a member of HPC, what is going to be the return on my investment?"
    Each client is different, so their return might come in different ways, but you should expect: -Your name will be on the first page of Google when someone searches you. This will help with your ‘expert status.’ If a potential client sees you featured in Forbes, they will be more likely to buy from you because of your credibility. - You can use the logos of the media on your home page diplaying ‘Featured in,’ which gives you credibility and those visiting your website will trust you more, which increases the chances of closing a deal.
  • Can HPC provide success stories?
    Of course we can. We have over 500 examples. Let’s start with our member: Tommie Edwards. Please Google her name and you will see all the features we managed to get for Tommie. Tommie joined the club over a year ago and has been featured in Forbes twice. She is on the cover of High Profile Magazine. She was invited by the Institute of Directors to be a speaker at the G20 Summit in Argentina and has developed partnerships with other High Profile Club members. All this in the space of 12 months after joining the club. If you Google Keren Beaumont and click on the NEWS tab, this is what shows: Keren joined the club in August 2018 and we found her opportunities to be introduced to fashion journalists. Since then she has been featured over 15 times in channels such as The Mirror, The Evening Standard, Yahoo Style, Good House Keeping, Emirates, The Express and many others. Would you like to see more success stories? Visit our features page:
  • How much does it cost?
    We have 3 levels of membership and the biggest difference between them is the number of features we guarantee per year. Bronze: £50 per month, Silver £100 per month, Gold £300 per month (plus VAT) For the most updated prices, please check here.
  • What’s the difference between the 3 levels of membership?
    See below for a summary of the benefits. For the most updated list of membership benefits, please click here.
  • Do I need to sign a contract?
    Yes, you sign a contract for 12 months. This is because it takes time for you to build your profile. It’s not an instant process. We normally advise our clients to accept features in not-so-well-known publications so you can share your expertise. Then, when a publication like Forbes or Financial Times comes along, we can share an article with your expertise with them. It will be easier to get you featured. Think of your client base. You charge less at the beginning when you’re starting a new business but as you grow your business (and your confidence and experience) you start charging more. It’s the same with the media. You need to win their trust as an expert.
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