For me I would say no. I think that form of evangelism is man-made myself. On the surface, we embrace the "idea" of it as we think everyone should hear the Gospel. But the pattern Jesus left us with is one that establishes relationship first. Doctrine is received through the relationship of the individuals.
Secondly, it could more than likely create a street-corner argument with church-goers who see it as heresy. It would be nonproductive from both sides.
thirdly, I think we all should check our spiritual wares and affirm that we're carrying seeds for planting rather than weapons for warfare. Planting truth calls for one personal seed planted in one plot of ground. Scattering it on the surface would give opportunity for wild birds to fly in, gorge, and fly out again . . .for me, that's the kind of people who hop from church to church always looking for spiritual manifestations, but never getting grounded in spiritual truth. Standing on a street corner trying to get stranger's attention whom you have no relationship with at all but yet intend to plant intimate life seeds in them just seems to be a set-up for failure all around. Say they do accept your seed . . then what? Where can they go for growth now? There are no churches that would help them . . .if anything, they'll take them aside and kill the seed that you planted in them in the first place . . .that's why the necessity for a relationship first is so important.
Lastly, Keep in mind, of the 12 disciples, only 3 had the honor of seeing Jesus in his true form . . .at the mount of transfiguration, after they saw him intimately, he instructed them NOT to tell anyone . . .not even the other nine. There was no street corner preaching going on there. Everything was done on a level of intimacy.
I'd start with family and friends and go from there. And even then, if the season for planting is not manifesting in them, don't force the seed, seasons change.