The phenomenon of crowd-sourcing isn't new to the restaurant rating business; the Zagat Survey has relied on this method for years to gather content for its guidebook business. But now a new wave of internet entrepreneurs has figured how to use crowd-sourcing to collect and disseminate user-generated opinions about restaurants, making a decent buck for themselves in the process. You may have never heard of outfits like Yelp and Eat-a-Rama, but they could soon become, or may already be, a ...
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