‘E-activism, First things first’

Low Hanging Fruit from http://flickr.com/photos/radiofree/250017323/Fantastic interview with Jason Lefkowitz on the topic of “E-activism, First things first

Great advice on picking low hanging fruit first, before moving on to Twitter, Second Life and podcasting. The entire interview is gold for one-person web teams, but this advice really stands out:

“In thinking about the one-person e-activism team, I generally break things down into three categories: your Web site, your e-mail list, and the rest of the net.”

I have thought the same thing for years: get the basics right, walk before you can run, pick the low hanging fruit etc. But I kept speaking in clich├ęs, so no one understood what I was saying. I think this interview will form the basis of the (nascent) “Twenty Minute Webbie’s Manifesto”.

Stay tuned, and in the meantime, read the entire interview here:

http://interviews.liveinterviewsonline.com/content/interview/detail/928/

Posted in Online advocacy, Twenty Minute Webbie

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