In your opinion, how effective are online petitions?
I have looked onto this very little, but from what I have seen it is not as effective as going out and getting signatures in person. I am just looking for a little clarity as to why.
Weak approach to get your point known. It's like on line arguring with a person about a article they wrote.
Asking why they seem to be ineffective is not trying to get my point across. As I stated I do not know a whole lot on the subject and I was trying to get some decent answers. If I knew enough I would go out and let my point be known, not by asking questions, but by stating my opinion in a more definite standing. I have never done an online petition and was wondering from people who have had experience with them, a brighter answer than what you have tried to do to me here.
I think that if they are in the right place online, they can be just as effective.
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