Chains experiment with photo sharing


Pictures used to be worth a thousand words, but now that they can be taken with camera phones and shared virally across multiple social media platforms, restaurants are finding they can be worth even more.


Taco Bell, Arby’s and Qdoba Mexican Grill are among the growing number of brands adding photo sharing to their arsenals of promotion strategies. By encouraging fans to make like Ansel Adams and share their photos via the likes of Instagram, Pinterest, Pongr or Flickr, operato

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