Everyone has seen sporting events where the crowd "waves" around the stadium. It takes one person to start, a few others to notice, and the rest to make it happen. In social, sharing is also a very individual choice and experience, yet the crowds are what make social hum. So when does the crowd, become the crowd? What components of content shared in social make it "crowd worthy"? In this talk, Bryan analyzes the success of crowd-dependent brands like AirBNB, the recent phenomenal social campaigns of BatKid and WestJet's "Santa's Surprise", as well as more personal learning from his own crowd-based campaign, "90 Days to Ellen DeGeneres." Both emotionally and intellectually charged, come prepared with pen, paper and tissues!