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Woman tracks down owner of wedding photo with help of social media. What's really involved with social media management. These stories, and more, in today's Morning Social Media Newsfeed.

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LinkedInLogoWedding Pic Found at Ground Zero Finds Home 13 Years Later (USA Today)
Every year on Sept. 11, Elizabeth Stringer Keefe posted the same photo on social media: a wedding photo found in the rubble of the World Trade Center after the 9/11 attacks. For 13 years, she’s been searching for the people in the photo. This year, her search came to an end. Today Keefe found herself in possession of the photo just a few weeks after Sept. 11, 2001, while visiting a friend in Manhattan. Keefe’s friend who found the photo at Ground Zero was moving to California, and passed it along to Keefe, asking her to “do something meaningful with it.” And so every year, Keefe brought the photo out, to share on social media, asking if anyone knew the bride with the yellow roses, the groom with the white bow tie, or the people in attendance. ABC News Fred Mahe, a groomsmen in the photo, contacted Stringer Keefe on Friday after a coworker sent him a story about the photo. Mahe identified the couple as Christine and Christian Loretto, college friends of his who were married in Aspen, Colo. He said they now live in California. Daily Mail Friday Keefe was finally successful after her tweet was re-posted 35,000 times, and after Mahe saw it, he sent Stringer Keefe a message on LinkedIn. “Attention wonderful world: ALL SIX PEOPLE ARE ALIVE AND WELL AND I HAVE JUST SPOKEN TO ONE OF THEM!!!!!!!!!!! #Happyending #911photo,” Keefe tweeted. New York Daily News To Mahe it was especially meaningful the mystery was solved on Sept. 12, a day he has cherished since witnessing the immediate aftermath of the terror attacks. “We saw the worst of humanity on 9/11,” he said. “But on 9/12 we saw the best of humanity. Elizabeth embodies that.”

What it’s Really Like to Work in Social Media (The Next Web)
I don’t have a Ph.D., I don’t work in a lab, and I don’t work with chemicals. I work in social media, and to succeed in this market you must think like a scientist. Social media helps companies monitor and analyze what is being said about them to make decisions about customer service, marketing and business strategy. In today’s market, social media is no longer simply about Facebook “Likes” and tweets; rather it is a key tool for a business, and has become a science for many brands to study and become experts in.

New York Fashion Week Stages Another Social Media Takeover [Infographic] (SocialTimes)
The fashion industry has become quite adept at using social media to engage the fans. With #NYFW winding down, it’s time to take a look at the breakdown of Fashion Week’s social media takeover.

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Apple CEO Says Company Won’t Be Going After Facebook, Twitter (CNET)
“We have no plans to be in the social-networking area.” That’s basically all you need to know about Apple’s plans in social — coming from Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, in an interview with Charlie Rose airing Friday on PBS.

Facebook Debuts Industry Pages for Developers (AllFacebook)
Application developers that serve the same industries likely have similar needs, so Facebook announced Friday that it created industry pages on its developers site for the following industries: e-commerce, entertainment, games, photos and travel. The industry pages are also accessible via the products tab.

Twitter Plays Key Role in Media Couple Meeting, Marriage (FishbowlNY)
It started in February 2009 when The Wall Street Journal columnist Joanna Stern came across a series of funny tweets about Showtime TV program “The L Word” posted by Deep Focus social media whiz Michelle Barna. On Nov. 10, 2013, while vacationing together in Hawaii, Stern popped the question, appropriately, on Twitter.

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Why You Should do a Twitter Audit Today (AllTwitter)
When was the last time you conducted a Twitter audit? If the answer is “never” (or not in recent memory), you should consider doing one today. A Twitter audit takes a good hard look at your current Twitter efforts in order to improve upon them.

Reddit’s /r/UpliftingNews Bans Huffington Post For Stealing Article Ideas (BetaBeat)
Moderators from/r/UpliftingNews posted a “PSA” Thursday declaring a ban on all Huffington Post articles from here on out. According to the mod, editors from HuffPost’s Good News vertical have been pillaging the subreddit for leads and content without giving the subreddit or its posters proper credit.

‘Sons of Anarchy’ Return Dominates Twitter [Spoiler Alert!] (LostRemote)
The Season 7 premiere of “Sons of Anarchy” aired on Tuesday and was cable’s highest-rated show, and was at the top of Nielsen’s daily Twitter TV ratings. According to our analytics partner Canvs, which measures Twitter sentiment, 62,254 of the 214,777 tweets about the show were emotional reactions.

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