Posted on 2002-07-27
Last Modified: 2010-03-31
This is not related to any technical subject.
My question is, Iam interested to know how to become an expert member of this site. ?? I have been a user of this site since last 4 yrs and now i wish to become a expert member.

Please let me know the requirments and eligibility criteria to become an expert member at eXperts-eXchange ??

Thankyou !!

regards- yrrm.
Question by:yrrm
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There are no requirements, simply start answering questions.

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I think there's a link you need to click before you can become an "expert" and start answering questions. You can see if you are an "expert" by going to your profile and checking if there is an "Expert Points".
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 Hehehe, I had the same concern when I first started using thsi service. It took me a couple of weeks to realise when you are an exprert, when I answered my first question.

  Nvertheless I believe you are expert, whether you answer qestions or not.
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Expert Comment

ID: 7183881
Hi yrrm,

To become an exprt, this is the link:

1 .Click on it. You may be asked to Verify your Email address. Click on the link provided.

2. an email will be sent to the address you provided when you created your account.

3. Go to your email box and follow the instructions, and

4. You become an EXPERT.


Expert Comment

ID: 7184811
I believe what you need to become an expert is to obtain from answered questions a minimum amount of 5000 expert points.

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ID: 7185330

No, Ovi. No.

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