Your submission at Articles for creation: Haier India (May 28)
I think you need to start from scratch. Even if the text had not been copyrighted, it was written in a highly promotional tone, eg Haier is a global leader in innovative smart living solutions. Its mission is to create home appliances that anticipate the fast-changing needs of consumers in more than 100 countries around the globe — pure spam. There is also far too much promotion of the products.
Although you give information about the company such as employee numbers and financial data, much of it is unreferenced. It's OK to use the company as ref for this sort of factual information. I suggest you write a draft in a sandbox initially, and I'll be happy to look it over if you want. Note that section heading should not include the company name, it's assumed that you are writing about the subject of the article Jimfbleak - talk to me? 09:52, 30 May 2014 (UTC)
- Dear Arun3000h: I am sorry to have taken so long to respond; I have been on vacation with very little Internet access. I agree completely with Jimfbleak's comments above. The article should not be expressed as an advertisement with vague praising words and claims, but instead say in plain language what the company actually does (design and manufacture home appliances?), when and where it was founded, where its head office is, whether it's a private or public company, and other straightforward facts. It may be that you are so closely connected to the company that you are unable to write about it objectively. —Anne Delong (talk) 17:20, 4 June 2014 (UTC)
Hi Jimfbleak & Anne Delong, Thank you so much for your feedback. I've been working on the article and re-written parts of it. Just need a little help on how to submit the article for your review before I submit the final draft for publishing?
- I had to nominate the article for deletion. Four sections were entirely or substantially taken off the website. Also, even in the non-copyvio parts, "exhibits Haier’s range of innovative solution." is too advertisement-like to be on Wikipedia. Origamiteⓣⓒ 04:58, 18 November 2014 (UTC)
Speedy deletion nomination of Draft:Haier India
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