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By Thomas Baekdal - September 2011

What You Need To Know Today (September/2)

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Introducing Journo Ipsum: http://j.mp/oXXyve ..better than lorem ipsum, but use real content instead.

AOL: Mike Arrington Is No Longer Employed By This Company: http://j.mp/nv4avS

The role of the social media editor: fighting misinformation as news breaks: http://t.co/CQzjdKr

Publishing Guidelines-Introduction-The Washington Post: http://wapo.st/n3U3zn

How Social Media Users Engage with Marketers on Twitter: http://bit.ly/nswXTU

Build it and they won't come: Why your new Facebook tabs fail: http://bit.ly/qihfzg

INTERVIEW-Social media magazine Flipboard pursues TV, films: http://reut.rs/n9RltV

What's the R.O.I.? A Framework for Social Analytics: http://bit.ly/nDiNfU

Fashion Brands Voice Public Outcry Against Tumblr: http://j.mp/pdQX5z

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