As a social media based organization…

We post and share fandom information and news, as well as original content, commentaries, and fan retrospectives on conventions, fashion, film, written, and visual arts. We promote budding artists, authors, designers, and entertainers who embody the DG vision. Philanthropy and charity are essential elements of the DG mission. DG is happy to support and promote local and global non-profit and charitable organizations, including Lumos, Children’s Miracle Network, and Suit Up for Kids. 

We host local and virtual panel discussions, workshops and meet-ups, providing venues for fans to interact with one another in a positive, non-judgmental environment. Fans share experiences, skills, and fan-based knowledge at these and other DG events. It is important to note that, in order to maintain the integrity of DG, we avoid highlighting fandoms that are founded in abuse, or negative messages.

Online and Media Presence

Diversely Geek maintains a high volume social media presence through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Periscope, and YouTube. At 12,500+ likes, Facebook maintains the highest global outreach with 100,000 – 600,000 post reach per week throughout over 50 countries [60% women, 40% men, and 50% ages 18-24]. Our fans hail mainly from the Philippines, United States, and India [70% women, 30% men and 43% ages 13-17, 38% ages 18-24]. The level of engagement varies weekly but maintains a widespread global balance [73% women, 27% men, and 46% ages 18-24]. We are in the process of launching our e-magazine webpage with original content that includes articles, artwork, and prints.

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