(StatePoint) Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump differ on a number of issues, but one area the presidential candidates seem to agree is on the importance of in-person campaigning, even in the Age of the Internet.

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From in-person meetings with journalists at open press events, to private talks with constituents at diners and state fairs, to going face-to-face with each other at the presidential debates, this election cycle highlights the fact that no matter what your political opinions are, creating personal connections can drive positive outcomes. For instance, in the days and weeks before she clinched the California primary, Hillary Clinton made more than 80 personal campaign stops in the state.

Presidential candidates arenít the only people relying on in-person meetings these days to accomplish objectives and address challenges, point out business leaders and industry experts.

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When somethingís important, itís worth meeting about in-person, whether itís about selecting the next leader of the United States or addressing another pivotal issue.