Social media headlines: top stories for Tuesday

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Top social media stories for Tuesday, July 26 featuring Google’s response to Google+ controversy, ThinkNear’s $1.6m, how one company uses Yammer, Klout for images, LogMeIn and other top social media stories:

  • Google responds to Google+ account suspensions to reinforce “common name” policy (via Mashable)
  • How gaming company IGN Entertainment uses Yammer to communicate internally (via Building 43)
  • Five tips for building a community management strategy (via Social Media Examiner)
  • LogMeIn announces new iOS access controls (via ReadWriteWeb)
  • ThinkNear turns mobile banners ads into local offers, raises $1.6m (via TechCrunch)
  • Determine your “Klout for photo-sharing” with Photorank (via Mashable)
  • LinkedIn tightens ties between job seekers, employers (via

Amy Guth

Social media manager, Chicago Tribune Media Group

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