Each week I’m supposed to stir my students’ creative juices with stories from the PR universe. It’s their job to respond on their blogs to one of the articles I share. By engaging in online conversation, they’ll develop their writing and their industry expertise.
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One of my colleagues calls the exercise “linky love;” another, “kernels.”
But I need my own thing. So it’s time to play, “Name This Standing Feature.”
Take a look at this first go-round below. Any ideas?
Killer whales… the power of social media… crisis communications
Months After ‘Blackfish’ Release, Controversy Over SeaWorld Grows
Politics and social media…
A Politician Just Joined Snapchat and It’s Not Anthony Weiner
(You can’t make this stuff up…) Twitter… the power of social media… crisis communications
App Store Pulls ‘Barbie’ Plastic Surgery App Following Backlash
Presentations… celebrity image management
Communications Lessons in Golden Globe Speeches
Twitter… personal branding
Perfecting a Platform: A PR Pro’s 5 New Year’s Resolutions for Twitter
Media agenda and responsibility… American culture
In Search of Science Role Models
Snapchat a bubble?… Does social media require revenue?… Battle of the Titans?
The Inside Story of Snapchat: The World’s Hottest App or a $3 Billion Disappearing Act?
Twitter… the power of social media… crisis communications… sports
Trolls Force Olympian to Quit Twitter Until Games Are Over
Journalism in the Information Age… writing… blogging
Writing Is Only a Small Part of Journalists’ Job
And more politics and crisis communications…
Chris Christie’s Long-Winded Damage Control Veers Off Course