I assume that they look at the quality of your posts, reputation, age of your profile, type of interaction on the site, etc.
I'm sure it wouldn't hurt if you post amazing and unique deals and have a huge social network / following that you can and will indoctrinate.
maven3 (rep: 5.2k) posted Jan 28, 2012
Why should there be certain criteria you must meet before they accept you, if I'm understanding this correctly your "sign-up application " must be approved, because your only being paid based on performance. It would seem to me they have nothing to lose unless of course they're worried about their reputation associated with links embedded on your website. In that case, there should just be a probationary period so they can monitor you. But the bottom line is anyone could "play nice" and then go postal of they're psycho. I'd like some feed back because maybe I don't understand the process involved with becoming a money maker and it's something I'd like to do. Thanks.
petros (rep: 2) posted Jan 30, 2012
I am in the same boat. I haven't been a member for very long but want to become a money maker as well. I have signed up for it but have yet to see any email alerting me that i have been accepted. It would be nice if they even sent a email just saying pending and an approx for how long. Some sort of notification would be nice :)
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