Some people say grace before a meal. I have a similar ritual before chowing down, as do so many others in this social media age: I take pictures of my […]
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After Glam Media launched the culinary social community Foodie in February—around the same time Pinterest blew up—Glam’s chief digital marketing officer Erin Matts noticed something.
Call it the makeover of Glam Media. Since its launch in 2005, Glam has been many things: a media company, a tech company, an ad network, an owner and operator of its own stable of diverse websites, including the epicurean destination Foodie, which hit last month. But now, it would appear Glam is all grown up and ready for its next phase.
Despite the fact that men are just as likely to be found in the kitchen as women, publishers haven’t always embraced the male gourmand.