At GlobalRank.Top, we strive to publish the most accurate and up-to-date rankings and related information. However, despite our best efforts, errors can occur. When they do, we follow a strict corrections policy.
We rely on both internal fact checking and external feedback to catch any errors or outdated information in our published content. Every staff member is responsible for scrutinizing rankings for potential issues. If any team member detects an error, they are required to log it in our corrections database.
We also encourage readers to contact us if they notice an error. All substantive feedback from external sources is reviewed to identify any areas needing correction.
If an error is identified in a published ranking, article, or other content, our policy is to swiftly publish a correction notice. Based on the severity, we either directly edit the content to rectify the error or leave the original text intact and append a correction paragraph.
For minor factual errors, we make direct edits to rankings or articles, then log the change in our database along with an explanation. Edits are only done for inconsequential details like typos, numerical errors, or outdated entity names.
For any significant substantive errors that may skew perceptions or rankings, we leave the original content unchanged and append/link to a correction notice explaining the mistake. This preserves transparency. Notices explain the nature of the error, how it occurred, and the correct information.
Corrections prompted by reader feedback are publicly attributed to the individual(s) who brought the error to our attention.
To prevent the same errors from recurring, all corrections are reviewed to identify process improvements. Any patterns are analyzed to eliminate systemic gaps in data validation, fact checking, or ranking calculations. Staff are re-trained as needed.
By holding ourselves accountable through this corrections policy, we uphold accuracy and integrity in our published content.