ATLANTA —While many operators still don’t know the difference between Facebook and MySpace or tweets and texts, more restaurants are using social networks to communicate with their guests, according to the latest social-media index rankings from marketing firm Vitrue. Industry giants Starbucks, Subway and McDonald’s led the pack in getting the most attention online and were ranked Nos. 1, 2 and 3, respectively, on Vitrue’s nationwide Top 25 Most Social ...
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