While it's natural to assume that social media has permeated all aspects of business, nothing rivals face-to-face meetings in grassroots advocacy, says "The One-Hour Activist” author Christopher Kush. I caught up with Kush in our interview and asked about the popularity of email and other social media. He cited one client in particular that used Facebook to generate interest in face-to-face advocacy events. Here's the excerpt:
CausePlanet: In Part Two, you present several helpful sections on writing an effective letter or email to your legislator so it gets read and circulated versus simply counted. Additionally, you cover skillful phone calls. Since the book was published, have communication preferences changed at all with the prevalence of email? (All coming in second to face-to-face, of course.)...
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