Today's task is to tout three Toronto treatises.
"Statue of Terry Fox in Ottawa" image by vlitvinov (Vlad Litvinov)

The first article is "Terry Fox, Applicious Fair and Ukrainian Festival in Toronto".

The annual Terry Fox Run commemorates a true Canadian hero, and continues his goal of raising money for cancer research.

Applicious is an annual Fall Fair in eastern Toronto.

The 2012 Ukrainian Festival in Toronto is yet another street festival where everyone can enjoy one culture's music and cuisine.

"Map to the Metro Toronto Zoo" image by Mike DeHaan from Google Maps
"The 2012 Metro Toronto Zoo Run Benefits the Zoo" is an accurate assessment, since the charity partner for this event in the Canada Running Series is indeed the Toronto zoo.

If you want to run in September, you need to register by late July or so.

"Dragon Kite Flying in the Wind" image by exfordy (Brian Snelson)
"Wind, Water and Words in Toronto in September 2012" promotes three events.

Toronto WindFest 2012 flies kites on Woodbine Beach; this is its third year of celebrating the power of the wind.

In the St. Lawrence Market district, the Market Gallery hosts an exhibit honouring Toronto's "water czar", R.C. Harris.

The 2012 Word on the Street event in Toronto is held downtown at Queen's Park.

One Triple-Threat Writing Tip

As always, my Xanga blog ("Promoting Three Toronto Articles at Once") also promotes my articles.

My writing tip is that it's best to not allow your other work to interfere with your self-promotional efforts.

My usual practice is to add my article to a selection of article index sites, as well as to write quick promotional articles in Xanga and here in my Blog of Writing.

This time around, I was too busy catching up on other activities to touch these two blogs. I did follow my highest priorities, but I still missed my best practice.

Whether I lost readers directly or not, this was also a missed opportunity to add these links to enhance my page rank in the search engines.

The writing tip is to publicize yourself on schedule. In this case, do as I say rather than as I did not.

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