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December 09, 2011

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Hi Drew,

A couple more resources are:

  • Wikiproject Cooperation: A new project on Wikipedia I've contributed heavily to that seeks to improve collaboration with paid editors
  • Plain and simple conflict of interest guide An Essay developed by the Wikipedia community that has great advice and links to relevant policies and guidelines.
  • It's important that people read instructions, policies, guides, essays, etc. directly from Wikipedia, because the knowledge level within the PR community isn't adequate.

    -David King
    Founder, Wikipedia Ethics LLC
    www.wikipediaethics.com

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