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Salesforce MVPs know that they are different, they posses improved variety of updated skills and a regulated set of latest technical know-hows. With this article, we are trying to cover what’s so awesome about MVPs – and what are the prized benefits they gain being one. Read on, and for any query; please feel free to comment. If you know of an MVP, and have been inspired by their technical know-hows, please tell us about how you were actually benefited.

Salesforce MVPs are a prized lot – they are distinguished from their peers because of their knowledge, skills, technical know-how, reach, credibility, social recognition and follower base. Officially, the MVP program recognizes wonderful individuals within the Salesforce community for their leadership, knowledge and ongoing contribution. These individuals represent the spirit of the community and what it stands about. The MVP program is meant for a rare number of selective people and if you are one of those, expect name and fame, besides tons of goodies and the company of an amazing community. With this article, we are trying to cover a few core attributes about sales force MVP program

How to become a Salesforce MVP

The benefits of being a Salesforce MVP

How to become a Salesforce MVP?

Anyone can become a Salesforce MVP; but only a handful end up being so. To become one, you need to have exceptional talent and skills of Salesforce, you need to develop enough expertise about your niche, a great technical skills, and the ability to understand how things work in the evolving eco system. You need to be ready and reachable to help others; you need to have developed a strong user base who counts on you because of your flair of knowledge. This however means that becoming a prized member of MVP, you need to be extra ordinary. The rules are tough and it quite summarizes that being MVP is being extra ordinary. But if you are helpful and skilled, you can try out being MVP.

The Benefits - Awesome Benefits of becoming a Salesforce MVP


If you ever have had a talk with Any MVP, you get to get an idea how caring and skilled they are, passionate about teaching others and sharing their skills. When you become MVP, you accompany a prized lot of great folks who are helpful and are ready to bond, this makes life so great and learning every second’s development.


When it comes to having the perks, you understand how great these are. Free trip to the Salesforce MVP summit, exclusive invites to parties, and so many more goodies and freebies. It is as if you are being cared by the Salesforce like a king because you are valuable.


MVPs are representatives of their peers; and they are the folks who drive the cart. They talk, make people learned and between the processes take the company to new scales. On becoming an MVP, you represent a company which is valued to be the number one.

These are some of the benefits of becoming an MVP. An MVP is a king, a loyal Salesforce folk; who is worth value.

About the Author:


Vaishnavi Agrawal loves pursuing excellence through writing and have a passion for technology. She has successfully managed and run personal technology magazines and websites. She currently writes for, a global training company that provides e-learning and professional certification training.

The courses offered by Intellipaat address the unique needs of working professionals. She is based out of Bangalore and has an experience of 5 years in the field of content writing and blogging. Her work has been published on various sites related to Hadoop, Big Data, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, IT, SAP, Project Management and more.

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