Wikimedia Blog/Drafts/How you can help readers discover knowledge on your wiki

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  • How you can help readers discovery knowledge on your wiki
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A brief summary of the post's content, about 20-50 words. On the blog, the summary will appear in italicized text underneath the headline. You can use this space as a teaser, expansion of your headline, or as a summary of the post.
  • Over half of the pageviews on Wikimedia projects are from users coming directly from search engines. Here's a few things you can do to raise your search result rankings and get more people reading your contributions.


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Dan Garry, Lead Product Manager, Editing, Wikimedia Foundation