Intelligence Collection: Community Forum (3)

Related: Intelligence Collection: Community Forum (2) Community forum intelligence is divided into the following main categories:

1. Question-and-answer communities

2. Internet communities

3. Integrated communities

4. Regional communities

5. Vertical communities

6. Community information

Integrated communities

1. Facebook Groups

In October 2010, Mark Zuckerberg highlighted the Facebook Groups feature in a much-anticipated press conference. This feature not only allows users to easily make connections, but also to meet new like-minded people, share knowledge and get help.

On Facebook, individual users can easily create their own groups. This feature is widely used because group members can share all types of content, including links, media, issues and events, and can edit and comment on documents.

Whether you are looking to build a small community or share industry insights with fellow professionals, Facebook groups are a great fit. By creating a group, you can easily share your ideas with others, showcase your skills and knowledge, and build stronger connections with your audience.

2. Google Groups

Google Groups is a platform that allows any user to engage in free topic discussions via web or email. This platform includes at least two types of discussion groups:

The first is a discussion group dedicated to Google Online Forums, similar to a mailing list;

The second is a Usenet newsgroup accessible via NNTP, with the Google group as its gateway and unofficial archive.

It is easy to participate in discussions on a variety of topics, and also easy to keep track of the topics you are interested in via email or webpage. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, this forum will provide you with an opportunity to learn and communicate.

3. 4chan

4chan is a highly regarded anonymous general discussion forum with a wide variety of topics and dedicated boards. Whether you have a hobby in anime, games, music, literature, fitness, politics, or sports, there is a community for it.

As an anonymous community, it allows you to express your opinions without reservation, share ideas and make new friends with two people from all over the world. 4chan requires no registration and users usually post anonymously.

4. SomethingAwful

SomethingAwful is a comprehensive community site that combines blog posts, forums, feature articles, pictures and humorous media reviews. It started out as a one-person site, but over time, more and more contributors and content were added over time.

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