Running sections or titles of articles through the Google search engine (or other search engines) for various purposes. The four most common are to check for copyright violations, to determine which term among several is the most widely used, to decide whether a person is sufficiently famous to warrant an article or is simply engaging in vanity, and to check whether a questionable and obscure topic is real (as opposed to the idiosyncratic invention of a particular individual). See Wikipedia:Google Test.
A page title which, when requested, merely sends the reader to another page. This is used for synonyms and ease of linking. For example, "impressionist" might redirect to "impressionism". Often abbreviated to redir. See Wikipedia:Redirect.
A page in the article namespace (pages with a white background) that presents biographical details of a non-famous person or institution favorably and is considered inappropriate and/or unencyclopedic by most Wikipedians. Such articles are often suspected to be written by their subjects. See also Wikipedia:Notability.
To format using Wiki markup (as opposed to plain text or HTML) and add internal links to material, incorporating it into the whole of Wikipedia. Noun: Wikification.
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