Search Engine Optimization :: Lyndsay Walker :: Toronto, Ontario

I karate chopped a ninja on your car because that's how I roll.

Funny, pointless and a waste of time – does it get better than this?


Begin! Make sure you leave your statement in the comments.

Pick the month you were born:
January … I kicked
February … I loved
March … I karate chopped
April … I licked
May … I jumped on
June … I smelled
July … I did the Macarena With
August … I had lunch with
September … I danced with
October … I sang to
November … I yelled at
December … I ran over

My Review of STRUTS

Originally submitted at SKECHERS

Tall and terrific style comes in the SKECHERS Struts boot. Soft suede upper in a mid calf height cool weather dress boot with rounded toe, stitching accents and soft faux fur trim.

Beautiful and comfortable!

By Lyndsay from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on 10/28/2009


5out of 5

Sizing: Feels true to size

Width: Feels true to width

Pros: Stylish, Comfortable, Warm and comfortable, Attractive Design

Best Uses: Winter, Wear To Work

Describe Yourself: Comfort Driven

View On Shoes: I’m Into Shoes

Friday Afternoon

It’s 4:30 on Friday afternoon… about to close out a beautiful week of weather here in Winnipeg. Except that it’s pouring rain right now. I suppose we were due. Too bad though, I was hoping to try out my new roller blades this afternoon.

I’m posting on a new blog – The Tipping Glass. It’s a fun place of random posts with a few bursts of pure inspiration. Go check it out.

Another place I’m blogging regularly is at the Canada’s Web Shop Blog. No real surprise there since I’m the Director of Online Marketing.

Where I've Been and Where I'm Going

I’ve done the whole “I know I’ve been busy but I’m sure I’ll post more” thing, but it’s time to be honest!

Two months ago, I joined Canada’s Web Shop as the Director of Online Marketing. And it’s fantastic! I feel like I’m in a place that’s a great fit and working with clients is a fresh change from working in-house.

Part of my role is contributing regularly to both the blog and email newsletter for the Web Shop. On top of that, I’m also guest blogging biweekly over at Search Engine Journal.

Last post of 2008

We’re sitting at the Calgary airport waiting to board our flight to Winnipeg where we’ll spend New Years Eve and the next few days with our friends and family there.

Since I’m just sitting here not really doing anything overly important, I figured I would blog.  But I really don’t have anything to blog about at this point in time – at least nothing that doesn’t require turning my brain on to full-strength and come up with something profound or exciting.

Long lost update

So I’ve let my blog go for a bit, and I can’t promise that you’ll be seeing regular updates, but I did feel I should share what I’ve been doing with my time.

I am back to the world of in-house SEO. About six weeks ago, I accepted a job with WestJet Airlines. I am now working within the Web Business team, focusing on the stats and analytics for and its family of sites. I will also be heading the search engine optimization for WestJet’s sites as well, as a secondary project. I am very excited about my new position, and what I can do for Canada’s top low-cost carrier.

Blog Tag – 5 Things About Lyndseo

Seven days ago, Jeff Puvler started the SEO Blog Tag game. Dazzlin’ Donna has tagged me, so here we go! Five things you didn’t know about me – Lyndsay Walker.

  1. I have a huge crush on Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts. The irony is that only 18 months ago, I didn’t even know what a “down” was, and now I’m a huge football fan.
  2. I HATE snow and cold. And yet I live in Winnipeg, Manitoba – also known as “Winterpeg“. What’s that? It’s -40? What else is new. I was born and raised in the Niagara Falls, Ontario area though – I sure miss their winter climate.

Back to work

Well, first of all, getting up at 5:30 a.m. is a big change from getting up at 8:00, or 10:00 as my body thought it was, last week in San Jose. But that’s alright, I’ll be okay in a few days.

Just prior to me leaving for my trip, our IT department managed to crash the server that held everyone’s files. Beautiful. I never did get it straightened around before I left. I was gone for a full week, though, certainly it would be fixed by time I get back to work today, right?