Do I get paid for uploading information in wikipedia?

Answer No, you don't get paid anything. You don't get money, you don't even get a byline. And sometimes, your stuff will get deleted for no good reason at all.

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How do you get paid for uploading videos on youtube?

You need to get partner status. In order to get that... you need to meet some guidelines listed below.But MOST importantly...You need to be really, really, really good and not violate any YouTube p... Read More »

Can you get sued for uploading someone else's image on wikipedia?

Yes. If they sue, and get court orders then WMF will give them CheckUser data containing your IP address and useragent string - it may be used to identify you in real life.

How to add a picture to a wikipedia Infobox through a link to an external website (without uploading)?

No, you have to upload it to either Wikipedia or Wikimedia commons. Image work is often hairy, with lots of copyright issues. For a how-to see for non-autoconfirmed users see https://en.wikipedia.o... Read More »

If we edit a wikipedia page and we add some wrong information in that page,will it be deleted by wikipedia?

More experienced users are notified of changes to pages that relate to their specialty, and they review them accordingly. If your information is simply lacking sources or inaccurate, it can be dele... Read More »