1. Continue seeking media coverage, the more prestigious the better.
2. Document the specific impacts your product has in making the world a better place. How has it made a dent in the universe? Factual evidence of specific, industry-wide impacts can really skyrocket your chances of success.
These impacts are hard for many applicants to explain and document, so if you can do it, it will really make your petition stand out.
3. Enter some competitions and win some awards (including, but not limited to, funding, admission to prestigious accelerators, etc.).
4. Judge some competitions or submissions: Hackathons, pitch competitions, applications for funding, peer review, anything in your industry.
5. Write and publish some articles, either on technical topics in your industry (better), or general-interest media articles and blog posts (good).
6. If you're making money, think about how to frame your compensation as higher than the norm in your industry. You have to prove, not only that you have high compensation, but that others similarly placed have lower compensation. There are a number of ways to present this, so it's good to start thinking about how to show a "pyramid."