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    Juanita Holton

    Wikipedia is famous for being an open platform that welcomes edits and contributors to edit the articles. Almost anyone from anywhere can edit articles they want. Wikipedia allows editors to edit after they confirm their account. If you start editing you can automatically become an auto-confirmed user. It means that you have the right to use mobbing images and edit the locked articles. The Wikipedia editing services are one of a kind. It is to remember; editing must be carried out with a neutral tone and one can only add facts and statistical data to it. What do you know about editing on Wikipedia?


    Quite a lot, actually. I have put medals-related material on there – and find that my own site is quite frequently referenced! This can prove annoying when I am researching a particular award & get referred back to material I’ve already posted 🙂

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