Are you here because I deleted/reverted something you had contributed? Read me first, please!
More than likely, the reason you're here is because I deleted something you had contributed. Before writing here, why not see if you can answer your question yourself?
If your article was speedy deleted, please read the reason in the deletion log. Also note that, while I may have been the one to actually perform the deletion, another editor was likely the one who actually tagged it for deletion. If so, they left a message on your talk page, so please read the information there first. It might be a good idea to have a dialogue with them in lieu of with me.
If your article was about a band, please see WP:MUSIC. Wikipedia administrator User:Chrislk02 explains our speedy deletion of band articles in more depth here.
If your article was about a company you work for, founded, etc., please see WP:COI. Chances are your article looked like WP:SPAM. Take a moment to think about whether it could be considered advertising.
If I reverted content that I say was unsourced or poorly sourced, please see WP:RS. Verifiability is taken seriously around here.
If your question still isn't answered or your would like more clarification...
Post a new message at the bottom of my talk page. If you post it at the top, do something to break the formatting of this page, or replace everything on this page with your question, I will likely ignore and/or delete it. Common courtesy, please.
For a new topic, use a headline that's more descriptive than "my article". For best results, make the topic the title of the article. I deal with scores of articles a day, and I'm not going to go hunting for one.
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Avoid comparisons and provide reliable sources for me to consider. Glib rants that compare your three-piece garage metalcore band to Metallica or that say your website is just as important as Google generally won't sway anyone.
Communication that is in ALL CAPS, is barely in English, lacks punctuation, is otherwise poorly worded or incoherent, contains profanity/personal attacks, or generally assumes bad faith will likely be reverted. I have no obligation to respond to anything that I feel does not benefit the project.