One of the major citizen journalism crisis had taken place in the year 2013 when a citizen journalists wrote in the Reuters blog about a manhunt for a suspect in the bombings. This was indeed a big example of crisis and also demonstrated the risks and value of citizen reporting via social media. The citizen journalists were able to capture some iconic photos of the events and could also share the compelling stories which followed by the announcement of bombings and the search of manhunt by the government officials. Yet again it has been reported that social communities quickly report and get wrong information including falsely accusing suspects. Even though there have been instances when the an equal number of evidences have also shown that the communities had self corrected themselves as well and improve on their misinformation. The Boston Marathon bombings was indeed one of the exceptional cases which showed the incapacity of citizen journalisms and also the lack of professional competency show that the citizen journalism does not improve news reporting to a great height. (Knoblich, 2013) In contrary to this event the professional news outlet don’t usually offer the same type of participatory engagement for citizens as the citizen reporting does. In order to strengthen the voice of the citizen reporters, outlets have been formed out of creative partnerships and this has lead to citizen specific sites such as Reuters and Global Voices or even the combination of YouTube, WITNESS and Storyful that will make things better and smooth for the local public who is interested in knowing about the news and whereabouts for the benefit of the people. Therefore, it can be stated that unprofessional photos and stories that capture magnitude of each crisis has been accepted by every marketing and media houses and has indeed become a standard practice now. Hence, engaging strategies are required to be introduced in order to inspire citizen reporting and improve their quality of covering news and information.