Search and Social Rank Symposium Number Five

Tuesday October 15th 2013 – 6pm to 10pm El Catrin restaurant in The Distillery District, 18 Tankhouse Lane, Toronto, Ontario $20 tickets, price includes buffet dinner and drink, Get Tickets to Search and Social Rank Symposium 5 Come hungry, and feed your brain some web marketing knowledge. Google’s climate of secrecy has spawned a highly […]

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How To Tell Business Stories With Photo Contests

As an interactive story engineer, I’m always interested in learning new ways to communicate business messages in digital media;  I like to see companies doing exceptional things that ‘hook me’ and make me want to know more, and thereby bring attention to their products and services through story. There are many examples of how the […]

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Smojoe makes hero driven Social Media Marketing

Business people with bottom lines are tired of web marketing mantras, brand-building baloney, and self congratulatory praise for a fledgling industry by its most unqualified evangelists. Smojoe’s message to new clients is clean and simple; we use innovative social media marketing to improve search engine rankings for the keywords most commonly associated with your goods […]

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How To Be Famous On The Internet

I just used my Roberrific Twitter account to update my 114 followers that tomorrow’s Smojoe Social Media Marketing event has been moved to 533 King St West because of high demand for seats. The seating requirements have already exceeded the capacity of The Spoke Club gallery.  Its a nice problem to have, but a problem […]

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Miss Teen Canada World, a beauty pageant

The Search for Miss Teen Canada–World (MTC-W) comes to a dramatic conclusion on Saturday July 25th in downtown Toronto, but regional finalists are actually competing now, online. I must confess The Search For Miss Teen Canada is my favourite client right now, and that’s because I just love how social media has evolved their business […]

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Nestle Pure Life: Greenwashing The Web

Nestle Pure Life TV commercials and web initiatives are greenwashing Canadians into believing that bottled water is a healthy choice, and a manageable environmental solution. They make me sick, and very angry. Have you seen this? The thirty second spot shows kids playing outside in a sprinkler system and then drinking bottled water. The marketing […]

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