FishBowl Worldwide Media
Note: Related conversation in archive 19
I'm just wondering why you felt the need to delete the article so quickly. You claim it's because it's about a company and does not indicate its importance, but then how does http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vuguru this company indicate its importance? I modeled it after that one because I find the two companies to be very similar. I even added more sources, references, and links. Please let me know what I could do so that you do not delete the page again. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Wikiperson2012 (talk • contribs) 18:33, 10 July 2012 (UTC)
- Hiyas there Wikiperson2012,
- As soon as an article is moved into the main article space, all the relevant policies for content apply to it, such as the notability, verifiability and advertising policies. If an article doesn't meet these criteria, it may be tagged for removal at any one time. Under some circumstances - the so called CSD criteria - an article may be removed at once. As pointed out in the previous discussion the article has been removed twice - The version removed by me had no references and no claim to notability, which was why it was removed. The second version was removed by User:Anonymous Dissident on the grounds that the article was promotional.
- I'm not going to draw a comparison with the Vuguru article or other article's, as that always results in a Other stuff exists type conversation, which tend to yield no useful results for either party. The best advice i can possible give you is to submit the article trough Articles for creation - if a page is submitted trough AFC it will be reviewed before it is moved to the main article space. If there is an issue with the article itself it is simply declined with commentary, rather then being outright deleted, giving you the opportunity to address the issue. If you require an example for the article itself, i would advice looking at article's that are classified as good articles since you can be certain those are decent examples. Pearson's Candy Company and Pike Place Fish Market are article's i would personally recommend, as they are well written and still fairly limited in size.