Klout ranks chefs’ influence through Twitter, Facebook, other social media avenues
Klout, the social-media analytics firm, has ranked the top 10 most influential chefs using social media, with television chefs getting the highest scores. Andrew Zimmern, the host of television’s “Bizarre Foods” on the Travel Channel, was named the most influential in the Klout Top 10 chef rankings, which were released this week. Klout first began tracking chefs in March, when the ranking firm debuted its first top 10 list. Zimmern was followed by chefs Gordon Ramsay, Jamie ...
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