Reading blogs in Congress

November 13, 2008 at 4:34 pm Leave a comment

Check out the FH Global Public Affairs blog to read about the importance of having a voice online if one wants to influence the policy process in the US Congress. The blog is full of useful information, such as the fact that “53% of congressional staffers are active blog readers.”

Though focused on the US congress, the lessons apply equally to the EU.

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