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Let's all get involved! Let's see if we can have more people of color with badges!!
AARP Community Badges
You want these badges!
We want to show our appreciation to community members,like you. It's your dedication and enthusiasm that make AARP’s online community worth joining. We created a variety of badges to tout the attributions and accomplishments of our community members. Badges can be earned from comments and discussions, and also awarded by AARP community managers.
So, show them with pride — let everyone know that you're part of one of the best online communities on the Web.
P.S.: We know they're groovy, but the badges can't be used in any other way (eg: as your community profile picture).
Speak up! Create 50 Forum discussions and earn a Communicator Badge. And if you're even more chatty, the badge gets shinier:
- Bronze level, 100 Forum discussions
- Silver level, 200 Forum discussions
- Gold level, 500 Forum discussions
You've heard of the fast talker or the close talker? Well, we want to award all you Big Talkers. Join a Forum discussion — and make 100 posts — to get this badge. Who knows how much hardware you'll get:
- Bronze level, 150 Forum discussions
- Silver level, 300 Forum discussions
- Gold level, 700 Forum discussions
Closet Siskel or Ebert? Make 20 comments on AARP.org articles or blogs and earn the thumbs up with our Critic Badge. The more critical the better:
- Bronze level, 50 comments
- Silver level, 75 comments
- Gold level, 100 comments
We're looking for all you tipsters. No, not hipsters. Score 10 other users’ comments and earn the status of Tipster.
These guys and gals know it all, and they are willing to share. Tech Gurus have earned their badges by helping others navigate the wild west of technology with practical hands-on advisc. They can often be found making difficult techie-sounding stuff simple. Has someone helped you out of a bind? Tell us about it, nominate a Tech Guru by emailing email@example.com.
In all communities, there are those who selflessly give to others with no expectation of anything in return. Whether it's giving life-changing advice, inspiring us with their bravery or encouraging us to go the extra mile to reach our goals, these people impact our lives by their presence and selflessness. This badge is for those people. If someone on AARP.org has been your hero, nominate them for a badge. Tell your story in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Super Buddy badge is for those who extend a helping hand to others on AARP.org. Often times our community buddies are avid users of AARP.org and they know their way around. More often than not, we see them giving friendly advice and tips to others on the site. Has someone on the site helped you? Nominate them for a community help badge by telling us how they helped. Send your nomination to email@example.com.