Smojoe SEO Show at Chalkers Pub 17 June 2014

Neville Pokroy and Rob Campbell at SMOJoe SEO Show 17 June 2014A really great Smojoe SEO Show was held at Chalkers Pub in Toronto on Tuesday the 17th June 2014 at 7pm as thirty people braved extreme thunderstorm alert, and severe weather to attend the inspirational web marketing event. They gathered in the dining area at the south end of the restaurant complex to soak up as much knowledge as possible for the $10 entry fee charged by Leeann Jenson the administrator of a popular Life After 40 Single Meetup Group. I joked that this evening was SEO for Singles with websites and that wasn’t far from the truth; the one complaint I got was that there wasn’t enough networking time!

Without any interruptions, not waiting on weather or late arriving attendees, the Smojoe SEO Show was performed live by myself Rob Campbell starting at 715pm. The ‘show’ starts by me explaining what we have to do today to get page one presence, and why and how we do it. Then, after a tiny break, I go around looking at everyone’s websites and we all together set about figuring out how we can help these attendees and their struggle for subject matter relevance and higher rankings.  Its quite fascinating if I don’t say so myself… and its starting to get some big name business attention from Bay St consultants and business growth authors and business marketing gurus of all stripes. Who doesn’t want to be first on Google for something. Neville Pokroy brought his business growth book along to this show and he gave away six signed copies to people brave enough to share their site’s meta data, and suffer the scrutiny of the crowd on stage at the front of the room.

Inside this SEO workshop attendees find new ways to help each other.  Everyone in the crowd becomes a little bit more SEO savvy and certainly more social media friendly as they quickly become aware of how to increase their reach and authority.  Glenda MacDonald live blogged SMOJoe SEO MeetUp 17June2014; she did a terrific job communicating the entire ordeal, blow by blow, with original pictures, on her blog.

The best part of the night was when people won prizes!  Dr Archer, Toronto Dentist at Archer Dental donated twenty travel toothbrush kits and mini toothpaste tubes which I gave away to people who asked intelligent questions and did the social media exercises to benefit other attendees’ websites and blogs.

SMOJOe SEO show, June 17Some of the sponsors attended the event in person and they brought products to give away to anyone who would help them get along, and link to them and say kind words so they can get more recognition by earning higher rankings on Google; just showing up with something in your hands to give away at the SMOJoe SEO show makes you more important in this life.

Here is Angelo Tramonti from Sarafino Olive Oil who offered up these exotic liquids as a grand prize for live bloggers – Glenda MacDonald won!

Rob Campbell performing SMOJoe SEO Show live at Chalkers Pub 17 June 2014We could have improved the impact by setting and tweeting a certain hashtag, and I could have passed around a paper blog resource sheet for people to write down their blog URLs and Twitter handles, and these are good ideas for next time

Overall, I think everyone had a great time at this unique event, and Leeann has already asked when I’ll be available to do it again.

Assembling New Maid of the Mist Tour Boat in Niagara Falls Canada.

Without too much fanfare, Hornblower Canada’s new Maid of the Mist tour boat arrived at the Niagara chasm in mid January 2014. It new tour boat, maid of mist, Niagara fallscame in pieces. The vessel was shipped here by truck and had to be assembled on shore. This is the latest and most state- of -the- art example of a prefabricated water vessel that can be built on site and thereby eliminate more expensive sailing and towing expenses. Plus the spectacle of building such a large vessel on shore in the shadow of a frozen waterfall in the background has perhaps added to the news bubble surrounding the birth of this new local tour company.

The Niagara Region enjoys approx 14 million tourists per year and that makes this area one of Canada’s busiest tourist destination wherein there is a single tourist attraction commanding the public’s attention.

Assembling New Maid of the Mist Tour Boat in Niagara Falls Canada.

Assembling the new Maid of the Mist Tour Boat in Niagara Falls Canada. The prefabricated hull and pilot house and various other nautical bits arrived by trucks which were unloaded in January in the Niagara River chasm, beside the frozen water system, in the middle of the first polar vortex of 2014.

In the photo above you can see the men wrestling to get the pilot house locked into place. They are following a plan set by the boat’s manufacturer and followed by the foreman who came up from the factory to oversee the assembly. The Pilot house component of the craft would be very sensitive as its where the Captain of the ship and the river pilot sit and navigate the craft.  As this vessel is far more technically sophisticated than previous boats, one can only assume that this metal pilot house box will be stuffed full of sensitive electronics and other nautical instrumentation.

Travel Blogs about Meeting Icelandic Girls in Reykjavik

A travel blogger went to Iceland as part of a large bachelor party for a friend. The gang met a host of wonderful people including scholars and historians attached to the 871 AD project that dug some holes in the downtown streets of the southern waterfront area of town. But the quartet of Canadian boys also had a great night and a great party wherein they met a lot of Icelandic girls up on the top of the hill…

Midnight Viking Girls in Reykjavik Iceland

In another publication, the author wrote “When trying to decide which articles to write, based on all of the amateur photography that I had collected, it seemed prudent to try and leverage some of the many images of pretty girls that I had snapped as part of the nightlife.” and let me say again how perfectly he worked in business VOIP solutions by discussing how his friend so flawlessly reworked the hotel accommodations while the group bathed in The Blue Lagoon.

How Easily I Met Beautiful Girls in Iceland was published on on July 24th, 2010 and provides a fair account of a July Saturday night in Iceland complete with lots of little details and insights into the economy and lifestyle of young people living in the capital city Reykjavik.

The article also mentions how Roberrific’s own personal confidence has recently been boosted by the work done on his teeth by the best Toronto dentist, Dr Natalie Archer DDS. Several of the photos from this evening show him smiling wider than ever before to demonstrate a new confidence in the strength of a really white smile.

Viking girls in Reykjavik Iceland, Roberrific, batchelor party

On a great variation of the same content appears again, including photos, but the shift was re purposed and the idea tweaked into another dynamic travel blog with a slightly different twist. The piece elaborates on the ways and means of meeting girls. It celebrates tactics and gives tips like COSTUME – one of the secrets to meeting girls in Iceland is to buy drinks and rally around one individual that is wearing a strong costume. The stag leader put a plastic horned viking hat on the groom’s head – a piece they’d rented special from a Toronto party rentals warehouse before we left Canada. This prop signaled to everyone that this individual was special, and the author felt special too because he was his best friend. This whole lesson is invaluable for meeting many and beautiful Midnight Viking Girls in Reykjavik Iceland.

The Midnight Viking Girls in Reykjavik Iceland article will no doubt be a very popular contribution to the legendary website. The content will be viewed quite regularly if the piece is approved and promoted to the top of the category – in this case it will grace the top of the Iceland category which is quite popular with readers and unpopular with writers.

midnight viking girls at 5am in the mroning in reykjavik

Both content pieces come to an abrupt end by the gang splitting up and meeting girls after the bar lets out.. One friend met a girl from a Toronto based pr agency and the author met a sweet little girl from Poland named Agnes that has migrated to Iceland on her own accord to work in the health care system.