At a time when many chefs are relying on 140-character Tweets or abbreviated Facebook posts to burnish their personal and corporate brands, some are using online multimedia tools to further bolster their image. RELATED • Restaurants rock the vote via Twitter • Report: Consumers hungry for more in-restaurant technology • More restaurant marketing news Such online digital initiatives are seen as a way to personalize consumers’ links to chefs in an era ...
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