Networks do respond to fan passion, but they only respond when they see it in tangible ways. And that usually means writing actual letters and sending them through the postal service to both the network and any of the show’s regular advertisers. … So if you’re trying to think of a way to really help the show while it’s gone, start with a 44-cent stamp.
SPREAD THE WORD: LET’S TARGET THE ADVERTISERS TONIGHT! REBLOG!!
During Community (8pm on NBC), watch the commercials and then target those companies on Twitter. LET THEM KNOW WE LOVE OUR SHOW!
Use this spreadsheet to quickly find the Twitter handles of some past Community advertisers. Try to make AT LEAST THREE TARGETED TWEETS TONIGHT.
BE NICE, PAY COMPLIMENTS, SPREAD THE COMMUNITY LOVE.
I’m working on a graphic with a plan for tweeting #Community advertisers tonight.
Stay tuned. (I also doodled something that I might post. Oh geez.)
Sadly, it really is all about the advertising for TV shows. If you want Community to be taken seriously by NBC, it must get noticed by the businesses that pay for it to be on the air.
Take the time to see which companies have commercials during Community, and then target them on Twitter (NICELY).
And TURN OFF ADBLOCK when watching Community on the internet.