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    How to became the Moderator for Forum websites?

    How to became the Moderator for Forum websites?

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    It's totally up to the forum owner. Owner of a forum can make you Moderator of his forum.

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    On sites like this one - if and when it is determined that adding another moderator is needed - someone creates a thread in the private moderator forum.

    Moderators are asked to nominate current members.... A vote is done etc...

    I or the other Admin SuperSparks will then read through the posts of the member that was selected.

    We look for things like knowledge related to the site - willingness to help - even temperament etc....

    The member is then sent a PM or email inviting them to join the site staff.

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    When does the sacrificial ceremony occur in the process?

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    There are 3 main criteria for becoming a moderator.

    #1: Being a regular and helpful contributor on the forum.
    #2: Not actually volunteering to be a moderator. (Anyone who volunteers to be a forum moderator must be crazy.)
    #5 (3, m'lord): Being stupid enough to say yes when asked to be a moderator.
    "Please give us a simple answer, so that we don't have to think, because if we think, we might find answers that don't fit the way we want the world to be."
    ~ Terry Pratchett in Nation

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogDog View Post
    #5 (3, m'lord)

    That made my day!

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