Quick & Dirty Linky Love


It’s mid-term season here at the UofO and we’re all a little harried and hectic. No commentary today, just the links. Enjoy.

As always, you can learn more info about these “linky loves” and the background on the students’ assignment here.

Desire to tweet stronger than the urge to smoke, drink (Ragan)

Ad Meter: Score one for the baby (USATODAY.com)

Diversity in the PR field: Some progress, though challenges persist (Ragan)

PR Doesn’t Need To Be Objective – Just Ethical (Doug Haslam)

The Fatal Backward Step: Penn State’s Public Relations Catastrophe (American Thinker)

P&G Layoffs Signal Focus on Digital Industry (Jeremiah Owyang)

Airline allows passengers to pick seatmates based on social profiles (Ragan)

5 ways you are sabotaging your PR efforts (Ragan)

Infographic: Internal social media boosts the bottom line (Ragan)

McDonald’s Yanks Radio Ad After Angering Pit Bulls (AdAge)

How can social software get you fired? [infographic] (Tribe HR)


The big PR news in the last week was the Komen crisis:

Karen Handel resignation from Komen prompts social media reaction – latimes.com

In wake of VP resignation, what’s next for Komen? (Ragan)

Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation (Ruder Finn Ethics Blog)

Who really owns the Komen Brand? (PRSA)

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