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Search and Social Rank Symposium is a Meet-Up group that shares SEO secrets, this symposium digests web marketing, advanced SEO / SMM tactics for storytelling.

Oct 15th 2013 from 6pm to 10pm
El Catrin Restaurant in Distillery District
18 Tank House Lane
Toronto, Ontario

For even more information about this unique tech Meet-Up event, read the official Distillery District blog that explains the annual Search and Social Rank Symposium.

There are the five speakers who will get approx 15 minutes each, and take questions later.

Green Moxie, eco friendly blog is written by Nikki Fotheringham and she will speak about how she came to dominate search and social ranking in so many green content categories through green storytelling.

Rob Campbell is SMOJoe and will be discussing his latest ebook called Contest Journalism which explains in some detail how to use microsite contests to make websites more findable in SERPs.



Geoff Whitlock will be lecturing on how his new content marketing agency helps clients make media plans that coordinate paid, earned, owned media streams or 'POEM'. His piece promises to be very insightful and high;y representative of how big brands think and create intelligent enterprise level marketing solutions.

Brian Rotsztein a Montreal internet marketing agency CEO will be sharing valuable SEO secrets about how to use homemade web videos to rank higher in search engines - The secrets to SEO video marketing.



Jennifer Balogh will be discussing email marketing in a social world, and why newsletter campaigns are more effective than ever before.

Follow Search and Social Rank Symposium Five updates on Twitter, use #SSRS5 hash to keep abreast of the Oct 15th event.

Want to use PayPal ? This is a ticket listing i made for Search and Social Rank Symposium 5 on Yapsody which is a tool that exists at the intersection of search and social. See you at the Search and Social Rank Symposium Above El Catrin Oct 15th 2013

$20 ticket to Search and Social Rank Symposium 5 buys a buffet dinner, a LCBO beverage and comfortable access to a night of ideas. You may videotape the presentations. There is wi-fi (hopefully - still working on that)




Call Deb Lewis of Toronto City Events at 416 579 3542 for press / media inquiries.

Hope to see you there!