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Hello, my name's Jake and I'm 18 years old. I've been playing RuneScape Private Servers since 2007 and editing wiki's on Wikia.com since 2009. I'm advertising my wiki editing service for RSPS/Games in general so if you're looking for a professional site then I'm the man to hire. I've worked on some of the top-end servers - mainly free of charge, however as I'm in need of money now I can no longer work without some form of payment (a list of these servers will be mentioned below).
From purchasing this service you can expect a resourceful and professional looking site that's user-friendly and easy to use. The site will appeal to you and your community.
A complete wiki (much like ArteroPk's) will consist of thousands of pages - perhaps even tens of thousands depending on how deep you wish for the wiki to go. I will ultimately be investing a lot of time into the wiki. This is also down to customer preference therefore we will need to discuss the amount privately (prices vary depending on what you're looking for).
This is customer preference. If you would prefer to purchase X amount of pages over the entire service then you're free to do so, however I must mention that it's not how many pages, it's what's on the page. The content is what matters and a lot of effort will go into each individual page. The majority of my time will be used to perfect the homepage and guides (primarily) as members of the community typically use wiki's for guides. For one of my paid wiki services the owner decided to pay me bi-weekly and just let me get on with what I was thought best for the wiki (needless to say he was pleased with the result after the first month). This is something that I recommend as if I were to just put my head down and work on the site things would get done quicker.
Post start-up: $66.68 bi-weekly
Content fill-out (taking up most of my time):
*Every* Guide (Skilling etc)
Additional Information (Monster List, Drop Tables etc)
Possibly implementing calculators into the wiki (will take a very long time, but they're neat to have)
Upon wiki completion: $26.82 bi-weekly
Protection from Vandalism
End result: 2,500-5,000 pages, protected pages, general maintenance.
The way I work is I create pages in order of relevance. Homepage > Navigation > Graphics > Layout > Back-end code > Essential Guides (Skill, Minigame, Quest etc) for the beginning. As previously discussed, players typically use the wiki's for guides therefore this will take the longest amount of time to perfect (going into great detail and spending a lot of time making it look professional, presentable etc). The amount of words on these pages climb much higher than pages that aren't as essential, therefore many hours will be put into singular guides.
As previously mentioned I've been managing/editing wiki's since 2009 so the list is considerably long. You will not recognize some of the servers listed as they were unsuccessful servers/the playerbase was extremely low. Some of the servers listed you will recognize as they're the most common servers in the rsps community.
I'll be more than happy to take you through my work and answer any questions you may have. I'll also be more than happy to reach out to previous clients or servers I've worked with in the past to prove the legitimacy of this service.
If you wish to contact me please do so via the following:
Email: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
Rune-server: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
If you have any additional questions, ask away!
Number of Vouches on Rune-Server: 2
Number of Vouches outside of Rune-Server: 19
Number of successful trades/services: 21
Number of unsuccessful trades/services: 0
What's the price range you usually charge for full wiki?
It really does depend on the client's request. Whether or not they want to purchase, let's say for example, 500 essential pages or if they would prefer to purchase the full service (which normally ranges from 2-5k pages). Perhaps the client would just like to pay for the service weekly/monthly (recommended) and just see how much work I do/track progress etc.
The most recent purchase was from a member in the RSPS community known as Paiman and he paid me bi-weekly $50 to work on a wiki for a server he was developing. This server has since closed due to it being unsuccessful.
Originally Posted by UnzyRS
Post is very proffesionally set-out, from what I see you seem very legit and trustworthy.
Any links to previous wikis?
Take [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] for example. This is the one of the most developed wiki's that I've worked on.
Smaller community servers were never really completed as the server never 'took off' and ended up being closed shortly after the release etc.
Known Jake for a long while(since he did Vitality’s wiki) and I gotta say it’s a niche skill to have but he does have it!
Over at Gielinor we are making use of his wiki skills!
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