When it comes to Wikipedia, a huge gap exists between what the company's executives and marketers expect and what the Wikipedia community actually allows. Wikipedia articles are often created to demonstrate the perceived importance of a company or individual, and because they often rank highly in Google search results, their subjects frequently try to assert control of their Wikipedia pages. Instead, volunteer Wiki editors and administrators govern the site, and they're quick to uphold its many rules and guidelines in an effort to maintain, among other things, a neutral tone. Not even Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia's cofounder, has control over his own bio.
Wikipedia:Editing Your Own Page
How to Develop a Wikipedia Page that Sails Through the Approval Process for Content Marketing
Conflict of interest COI editing involves contributing to Wikipedia about yourself, family, friends, clients, employers, or your financial and other relationships. Any external relationship can trigger a conflict of interest. That someone has a conflict of interest is a description of a situation, not a judgement about that person's opinions, integrity, or good faith. COI editing is strongly discouraged on Wikipedia. It undermines public confidence and risks causing public embarrassment to the individuals and companies being promoted.
I had made simple updates to existing pages, so how hard could it be to create a new Wikipedia page? But, the effort was worth it. Wikipedia is a living, breathing encyclopedia where anyone can add their own pages, articles, and knowledge. Topics cover just about anything: