Wikipedia pages are not approved for a variety of reasons, the most common being that the subject of the page does not meet Wikipedia’s notability guidelines. The notability guidelines state that a subject must have significant coverage in reliable sources that are independent of the subject. This means that the subject must have been discussed extensively in sources such as books, magazines, newspapers, or other published materials. If a subject lacks this kind of evidence, then it is unlikely that they will be approved for a Wikipedia page. Additionally, As part of Wikipedia Page Creation Services, we must comply with all Wikipedia’s other guidelines and policies. Such as its neutral point of view policy and its guidelines for verifiability. All edits must be sourced and must not contain any original research. If any of these criteria are not met, then the page will be declined. Wikipedia also has certain topics that are not allowed on the platform, such as pages related to businesses, organizations, or individuals that are not notable. Finally, pages must be written in an encyclopedic style, meaning that the language should be formal and the content should be accurate and objective. If any of these criteria are not met, then the page will not be approved.
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