"We don't see you on Wikipedia."
Here is that article (sub. req.)
So important is the presentation of self on Wikipedia that, Elder explains, the public relations community had to have a come-to-jesus agreement about what kind of content to post on it about their clients.
After all, Wikipedia's mission is to inform, not provide advocacy. Billions around the world cite it as a reference piece. Rarely do editors of brandname publications object to writers' linking to those sites.
No, it's not enough for professionals to be on LinkedIn. The difference between Wikipedia and LinkedIn is this: Players can contract with a ghostwriter like myself to create their profiles on LinkedIn. They had better not even think about that for Wikipedia.