Mozilla Foundation: Email Strategist, Advocacy


#1

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#2

Not to be harsh but “Email Strategist”? Seriously? Most canned email I receive never even gets viewed. I’d think and hope that the Mozilla Foundation would instead be trying to answer the question of how and why do we get people to click on us every single day.

For that matter, with so many mobile users in the world, why isn’t there a Mozilla Advocacy mobile app? While we’re at it, why should people download it? What does it give them?