When you want your paper to be read, you receive optimal results when your paper is used as a reference in Wikipedia. Current Wikipedia references have their references and when people want to review an article, it is only the later papers that provide new insights.
So what can you do for yourself and your papers:
- Check if your papers or you as a scientist are known
- a paper has a DOI
- you have an ORCiD, a Google Scholar et al identifier.. your Twitter id is appreciated
- You can check your profile using Scholia and you can add papers using Scholia
- It will identify co-authors with an ORCiD identifier when they are known on the publication at Crossref
Obviously a well developed Scholia is a stellar argument to support the notability when a new Wikipedia article for a scientists is considered.
PS you can also add a "main subject" to a paper for instance "woolly mammoth"..