Welcome to this forum on tips for working with professional Wikipedia experts! As someone who has worked with Wikipedia experts, I have a few tips that I would like to share with you all.
First, it's important to remember that Wikipedia is a collaborative platform, so it's important to be respectful when working with someone who has expertise in this area. Respect their experience, their knowledge, and their time.
Second, be clear and concise when communicating with them. Provide them with all the information they need to be able to do the job right. This includes any relevant links or references, as well as any specific instructions or guidelines.
Third, be prepared to pay for the work. Professional Wikipedia experts are experienced and have valuable skills. Paying them for their time and expertise shows that you respect their work and value their contribution.
Finally, be patient and flexible. Working with Wikipedia experts takes time, so it's important to be patient and understand that it may take time for them to get the job done. It's also important to be flexible and open to their suggestions and feedback.
I hope these tips help you work more effectively with professional Wikipedia experts. Good luck!