I see that this freaky, undoubtedly under-25-years-old editor named User:Themfromspace
has made it his personal mission
to associate the SEO 2.0 article's author with me
, thanks apparently to evidence that comes in the form of a bid on Freelancer.com.
(Of course, he linked the wrong bid on Freelancer.com, and apparently
the deleting admin spelled my User name as "Thekosher" somewhere. That's investigative accuracy for you, though, on Wikipedia.)
Looks like the SEO 2.0 article was a fairly good one, given the rather light reference sources. But, as a topic at a trade conference, mentioned in one of the largest Italian daily newspapers... plus liberal coverage in New Media Age
(itself having a Wikipedia article
, so you know it's noteworthy)... plus ample coverage in a Polish publication that also has its own Polish Wikipedia
article, I would have to tip to the side of the subject being both verifiable and notable.
If Wikipediots want you to believe that a concept having over 28,000 Google hits
doesn't exist, who are we to stop them?
Which, therefore, makes Jonathan Hochman of Hochman Consultants an agent serving his own conflict of interest. That he would call for the deletion of an article about something that a competitor of his is attributed as having coined, indicates to me that he is a slimy scoundrel. He has publicly lied about me in the past, too; associating me on a client-vendor basis with the Orbitz travel group, when I had absolutely no association, other than as an ordinary customer. It took a phone call to this habitual defamer to get him to crawl back with his tail between his legs
So, I conclude that Jonathan Hochman was overreaching his remit here, once again.
Jonathan Hochman is a serial hypocrite.
And, the SEO 2.0 article ought to be restored to Wikipedia, because I have it on good authority that the creator of that content will be paid regardless of publication status. The Freelancer work was expressly for authorship work, not publication. Deleting the content now only spites Wikipedia itself, at this point.
The agents assisting Wikipedia in suppressing this verifiable, notable content are, therefore:* User:Themfromspace
-- "This user does not give a fuck."* User:Jehochman
-- "Articles and pages to work on:
. . . . . Search engine optimization
. . . . . Wikipedia:Conflict of interest"* User:Vianello
-- "This user likes to play Role-playing games."This post has been edited by thekohser: Tue 7th September 2010, 2:48pm