Seven Things You Will Learn in This Week’s Issue of PR News

1. Recent instances of plagiarism have put PR pros on notice to protect their content.  2. Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation issues a monthly report that is regularly referenced in publications such as Financial Planning. 3. Mobile users spend 2.4 hours per day using their smartphones, compared with 2.35 hours watching TV. 4. In terms of media coverage, Dow Chemical was the least favorable brand at the London Olympics.  5. A video created for the 2012 launch of the Lantronix xPrintServer has garnered nearly 27,000 views on YouTube. 6. Google issued a search algorithm update that will speed up the removal of links to sites containing plagiarized content.  7. Good managers focus on the “three P’s”: perception, process and people.

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