Twitter lobby

April 7, 2009 at 2:12 pm 2 comments

This report, noted by the FH Public Affairs Blog from Washington DC, describes how lobbyists in DC are using Twitter to communicate directly with Members of Congress’ ‘blackberries’.

For this to work, you need a critical mass (or at least the key Chairmen and Rapporteurs) on Twitter, so it may not work just yet in Europe.

It’s all about communication, as FH’s DC office has noted frequently on their blog.

Entry filed under: blogging, European elections, European Parliament.

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