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Answer this: What social good "events" create the tightest online communities?

Carolyn Sams

Check out this video about Kenyatta Cheese and his Doctor Who fan strategy. With social media, it's like you're in a live studio audience, reacting with others... it creates a super tight community (#goodbyebreakingbad).

What are some examples of events in the realm of GOOD that get you tweeting and reacting in real time? Maybe more specifically: What social good "events" create the tightest online communities, both in real time and after the event?

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    It's sad that TV or really big news - usually disasters-- lead to online community engagement on Twitter. You'd think other hashtags would be just as effective, but I think timeliness is what makes online community building more possible. That and #FF or #MusicMondays or #TBT.