Hope someone here has experience with Wikipedia. Case description: Wikipedia has an article on XYZ topic. In the end of that article, there's a link to a research, which was published a while ago on an .edu website. This research is very important for the article, let's say it confirms half of information in the article. However, the link is dead and the research page is not available anymore. Neither it has any copies floating anywhere in internet. I managed to pull that research from a wayback machine and publish it on MY website. In the very beginning of the page I put the original research as a source and even added not clickable link to it (not clickable because the page is not working). Now the question is what is the best way to swap links in Wikipedia without raising red flags? I contacted a Wikipedia editor, he told that he could not do what I had requested and instead offered some alternative way for over $200 price tag. What would you do? Please answer only if you are experienced with Wikipedia. I personally only had success with writing new articles with own links already injected into them. Adding my links to someone else's articles always failed so far but I feel that in this specific situation it could be pulled off successfully.