ShoeMoney In Business Week

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ShoeMoney BusinessweekI had like 18 emails in my inbox this morning congratulating me on the business week article… only I had no idea what they were talking about. Then after looking at web refers I found this article on the top money making blogs on the internet. They not only mention this blog in the article but also AuctionAds and Nextpimp. Very cool!

I am really really proud to be mentioned in the same breath as the other bloggers on there. Very cool to see my friend Darren Rowse profiled as the one of the 14 bloggers chosen for this also 😉

You can read the article here

142 thoughts on “ShoeMoney In Business Week

  1. Abhijeet

    Wow, congrats Shoemoney, You rock! and just to let you know – I am already enjoying loads of $$ through AuctionAds, thanks to you!

  2. Viral Electronics

    Congrats man. I read Shoemoney and both everyday. You give some of the best and deffantly the most honest tips on the net. I belive one of the reasons your so popular is that your totaly honest with people and not shoving constant sales piches down your visitors throats.

  3. Ginene

    Congratulations!!! I can’t wait until you hit Forbes list. I know you will. I’ll say you’ll make that list in about 10 years. 7/16/2017. I am sure each year your income will just double. Congrats again!

  4. andrew

    I’ve never had a complaint about you Shoe, until now. Auction ads is down and your making blog posts!?

    A principle i have always believed in is that it is much more valuable to retain a customer than it is to gain new customers. I would focus on satisfying the existing auctionAders by making sure that the site stays up.

    It really is a great program, but it can’t go down!

  5. Brent

    Yeah congrats Jeremy, what a cool surprise! Good to see you posting frequently again. The guest posts are cool, but they definately aren’t like reading a genuine Shoemoney post.

  6. Glenn -- Write for Blogs

    Way to go man. Better believe all the equity guys saw that one!

    The story echoes the advice we see over and over from bloggers who’ve made it: Don’t give up. The most common mistake that bloggers who hope to turn pro make is quitting too soon. Don’t we all want to believe that one!

  7. Hone

    Michelle Malkin claims to be running her blogs at a loss even though she gets 220,000 page views per day.

    It’s because of her powerful servers you see.

    Sounds like a bit of a tax dodge to me.

  8. Michael Fultz

    Keep up the good work!!! You’ve earned it! Now, mabye they’ll give you a free subscription! Then again, mabye they’ll give you one of those clock radio thingies.. no that’s Time.. mabye a free ball gag? No, that’s some S&M magazine.. oh, I forgot its name.. I’ve got a copy around here somewhere.. oh, in the bathroom.. I’ll be back.. in like an hour or so…

  9. Peter

    I’d like to know how you can possibly make $12000 a month from your visitors. I been entertaining 8000 uniques a day for 5 years – this week I made $0.45!

    Have you ever posted on how you do this?

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  12. Todd

    Yeah there’s the blog world and then theres the mainstream media world, thats a whole different bucket of traffic to monetise 😉

  13. adamz


    Granted you work harder than anyone I know to be recoginized,which is most likley the reason you had been selected. The squeeky wheel! Honestly your gross revenue is not a big deal in our industry nor is how your co has grown in the past 2 years. I can site 20 co’s with fewer than 5 employee’s that have grown 3 times your co’s growth in the same period.

    Anyway congrats on the stride..Not bad for a turkey neck..

  14. andrew

    Even with a ctr of .5% you would be making more than 2 dollars a month. Blend your ads better.

  15. Coop

    Just curious Shoe,
    If you only spend 30 min. writing for your blog…What do you do with the rest of your day?


  16. Clara Franks

    Don’t you have a adorable little girl and an amazing wife??? Then why do all of your “work trip” pictures include yourself with hot chicks!! Just something I was pondering…..~Clara

  17. Urbanist

    Awesome! And here I was, proud of something I am working on getting featured in Pronet Advertising :) You’re a pimp, what can I say?

  18. Jason

    Yeah. Looks like they just ganked a photo from your site and went to town. Was a great slide show of articles. Congratulations on the inclusion!

    This is my first visit to your blog. A new reader you have.

  19. kalen

    this is my first time reading your blog but i’m liking what i’m seeing so far :) pretty cool about that article, you celeb you!

  20. Mick

    Just saw the Business Week article and decided to take a look at the sites mentioned. Yours is new to me. One comment only:

    Learn the difference between “there” and “their” fcol.

  21. Tele-Millionaire?

    I’ve been watching your for a while and have loved your blog. Your clear writing and no-nonsense “everyday” approach to blogging and writing has helped me alot. You truly deserve the publicity. Thanks again for all your work.

  22. printnpost

    Ok..I had a good laugh today..i was trying to explian making money online and adsense to a friend and brought up your site nextpimp and my friend was like..O yeah, I use that site!…he followed with my sister told me about it!.

    Need I say more! :)

  23. Rick

    Dude i remember the old days when you just had google check and some before and after pictures – now BusinessWeek!.. Shoemoney is making the big time now!

    Although i dont think BW is post worthy since they didnt send a t-shirt.. rules are rules



    A worthy article no doubt, now if Shoemoney would only be so kind as to divulge the tools he uses to parse and import his 200,000 long keyword lists into google adwords editor…buwawawawah!


    I think there is an error in the article. I don’t think Jeremy makes $12k only from this blog. 20,000 uniques/day is only 600,000/month. I just don’t buy it. Considering Jeremy didn’t know he was going to be in the article, I think the figures are incorrect… as far as revenue just from But, maybe I’m wrong… anyone want to validate the article’s claim? ahem… :)

  26. Joeychgo

    I would suspect it would be more venture capitolists and larger companies looking to improve their online presence seeking him out then individuals. That Magazine isnt read by your average Joe

  27. lori Smith

    Hi . I’m inspired. I am a virgin blogger. My blog just went live. ANd I have a know in my stomach! I feel like I don’t really know my blog yet..and it doesn’t know me , but we definately want to hook up!! I’m coming back to your site alot to learn as much as I can. Thanks for sharing what you know. That’s a wonderful thing.

    lori smith

  28. aRo`

    i’m sure the figures are incorrect.

    it’s really great for him, you really could see a spike in his feeds subscription :)

  29. Grivon

    Lol, ready for the personal privacy barrier to be broken shoe?! You’re becoming a celebrity! Agreed that you have a cool wife though, it’s not everyday that women are so trusting! congrats!!

  30. safesurfer

    You should get a real-life printout of that legendary photo and put it somewhere in your living room. It has made history in the affiliate/webmaster community already.

  31. RacerX

    I know SEO can be a dirty word..but gosh that picture has paid off! I bet it generated more traffic $ then the amount shown. Good for you!

  32. Chris

    that’s a great article–it’s still online–I’ve read it several times for motivation. congrats to you for being mentioned.

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