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Nuestro resumen de la semana 09/09-15/09 - Social Gourmets

Ya estamos dentro de la rueda otra vez y casi nadie se acuerda ya de las vacaciones. De hecho yo me acordé al leer un articulo de Bloguismo.es que podréis encontrar más abajo “Cómo ser mejor escritor a la vuelta de vacaciones” y me hizo recordar el artículo pendiente de nuestras vacaciones. De momento os dejamos con el resumen de lo más destacado en Gastronomía y Social Media de la semana pasada.


Resumen gastronómico

– Manual de bolsillo del catador XIII

¿Quién será el heredero de Robert Parker?

– Restaurante Pakta Barcelona, gastronomía Nikkei

– Deberes (gastronómicos) para el curso que viene

– Cocina de producto: La Biblioteca Gourmande (BCN)


Resumen en Social Media

– ¿Cual es el coste del mal servicio al cliente en redes sociales?

– Cómo ser mejor escritor a la vuelta de vacaciones

– ¿Qué nos ofrecen las distintas redes sociales en nuestra estrategia de Social media?

– La importancia del SEO y de ser primero en Google (con datos)



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