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How Important Is Wikipedia In The Grand Scheme Of Things?
By: Bill Platt
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  • How Important Is Wikipedia In The Grand Scheme Of Things?
  • The fact that...
  • The convenience of...
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    How Important Is Wikipedia In The Grand Scheme Of Things? - For those involved...

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    For those involved in the study of search engines, Danny Sullivan is one of the most recognized experts in the field of search engines, and has been since 1997. As the founder of Search Engine Watch, and now the editor-in-chief of Search Engine Land, Danny even has his own page in the Wikipedia world:

    It seems some Wikipedia editor decided that Matt Cutts was not notable enough for his own chapter in the Wikipedia. For those of us who work in the search engine optimization community, such a suggestion is absolutely obscene. As a quality control engineer for Google and the voice of Google's spam detection department, people in the search industry pay close attention to what Cutts says about the future of search placement within Google.

    Sullivan suggested that the attempt to delete the Matt Cutts page was at the very least an example of how "inept" the Wikipedia editors have shown themselves to be. You can read Sullivan's heartfelt argument here:

    Almost as interesting as Sullivan's blog post about the suggestion to delete the Matt Cutts page from the Wikipedia, was the page where people argued the decision about whether the page was worthy of deletion. You can read that interchange here:

    Those supporting the deletion of the page were quick to point out the Wikipedia guidelines on Notability at: ( Strangely, I had read the guidelines myself and I felt that Matt Cutts was a slam-dunk for inclusion.

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