You may address me as Doctor ShoeMoney now…

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I just received an honorary doctorate from the Kazakhstan University School of International Business.

I would like to thank my wife, Dr. J. Elizabeth Schoemaker M.D. for always being a driving force in my life and helping me do better. My parents Bob and Joyce Schoemaker and my sister Andrea.

And of course the board of directors at the University at Kazakhstan for awarding me this honorary doctorate.

Its about time somebody recognized!

Bring on the hate.

36 thoughts on “You may address me as Doctor ShoeMoney now…

  1. U.S. Common Sense

    hahaha . . . awesomeness! Congrats, Jeremy! I’ll be sure to let my Kazak friends know! :)

    Seriously though, that’s a great recognition to the influence you’ve had in the business. Thanks for providing us all the tips over the years to make us better online businesspeople.

  2. duane forrester

    Can you put in a good word for me…?

    Really don’t know whether to laugh or cry…leaning to chuckling, then laughter, then crying from laughing so hard.

    In the end, though, I’ll simply say…congrats, man. :) Its true you know a bit about internet marketing, so this seems oddly logical. 😀

  3. Jubril

    That is most pimped thing I have seen ALL WEEK. BAD ASS. Just added getting honorary doctor to my bucket list.

    YOU DA MAN!!!!

  4. John Hampton

    HAHA! Tears of absolute laughter, maybe the Kazakstan Uni will give me an honorary doctor in Fantasy Football?

    You are my inspiration Shoemoney! Keep up the fantastic work!

  5. Paul Sabaj

    Ok ,So whats next,mail order minister so we can call you Reverend or Pastor Shoe. You are the goods and it’s a shame Harvard failed to see your talent.

  6. konnect


    Thanks for all of your advice on internet marketing and seo. I’ve enjoyed your articles, and I look forward to coming back for more!

  7. Earl Grey

    Well done.
    Borat country or not its still an internationally recognized doctorate which you can use as a title and put on credit cards or even a passport.

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