Don't forget about color contrast and font size! You'd be surprised how many sites overlook the obvious! the Medium article above mentions it. Also take a look at https://webaim.org/resources/contrastchecker/. @matthewrehrl – great comments. I am going to think on your comment about established patient health vs. community health. Do you have an example?
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Patient experience leader
I know I've tried in the past and had my edits removed. I hope someone here can offer some insights. I have heard if you are an owner of a business that you can't be involved in the page, so maybe that is why you couldn't edit the page for your employer? I've heard that if you are an official editor you have more success than someone who's trying to edit for the first time. I've also come across this, which may or may not be helpful regarding style guidelines. https://ang.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikip%C7%A3dia:How_to_edit_a_page?fbclid=IwAR2IVCjilZiAW5h-wo8hCmbNWYKsbW-GDKdbxJCf6DfWG9zVettU2MHL-PU
I agree that it's important to invest in a good home page – but I don't think that it's an either/or situation with regard to having an org Wikipedia page and a good website home page.
I will give you an example: many orgs will have Wikipedia pages already established by other people that may or may not be accurate and up-to-date. I'm working with a client right now, for example, who's Wikipedia page has 10-year-old info on it and doesn't even accurately describe the work on mission impact it's having now. So, my caveat would be – at least check to see if your org has a Wikipedia page and check to see if what it says is what you'd want someone to find on a web search.
Using it in one context? I would say it's important to make sure an organization has an accurate and well-written Wikipedia page about their own organization from an SEO perspective since many times it will be what comes up in search results.
I'm not exactly sure what you are looking for – but are you familiar with Tweetdeck? You can add/remove columns and customize. One of them can be for the hashtag your conference is using. That is how I follow conferences in real-time that I'm not attending.
Thanks for tagging me. I will not be available this afternoon to join.
Interesting that you asked this question – I had actually thought about asking SEO questions here recently as well, then realized it was s bit out of scope for MCSMN well.
I am researching the answers to this and other SEO questions, so I don't have any answers at the moment but will be willing to compare notes in a month or so regarding what I've decided to focus on.
I'm in the same category as David. I'm more able to offer perspective, guidance, or knowledge about nonprofit management, board governance, etc. I also have a health IT background and led a post-merger integration of IT systems.