I know that there is a document like https://www.salesforce.com/campaign/mvp/ which describes how you could achieve MVP status, but it lacks the part how you got the knowledge and the experience to be able to assist/help other users.
Therefore i would like to ask how you have gotten that experience/knowledge if you have not been working for Salesforce or an Salesforce partner. I believe it is very hard to get knowledge that is normally being hidden from "normal" users. With normal documentation you won't possibly achieve it because it lacks detailed knowledge and only covers the surface.
Since the company where i am working only has one product (Marketing Cloud) licensed, i am not certain if you could ever reach MVP Status when you won't be able to answer questions which cover integration from X (Sales Cloud / CRM / DMP ...) to Marketing Cloud. On the other hand i do not know how many MVPs are being chosen/nominated. If only two / three would get this status it would be very hard to surpass guys like Eliot Harper or Adam Spriggs (who definitely deserve it)
I personally would like to heavily invest into predictive web / mail and Marketing Cloud in general. But especially predictive web knowledge (which is one of the newest products of Salesforce) can only be obtained through very cost intensive usage of engagement teams, because supports mostly cannot answer or redirects to production teams where answers take very long.
Do you have any advice how to proceed to reach an aim like the one i have described above? Feel free to add stuff which i didn't ask but suit the general idea ;)