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Local love!

by Jeremy Schoemaker on January 17, 2013 · 30 comments

Over the years we have been in a LOT of national news but nothing really local.  Mostly because here in Lincoln I have always kept a pretty low profile…  But now with the book out all of that has changed.

A couple weeks ago a reporter from the Omaha World Herald came down and interviewed me.  Then she interviewed a lot of other people about me…  including my wife… EEK!

The article was on the front page of the money section in the print edition and front page over all all day on the website.

Here is the article

Omaha.com

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– who has written 2857 posts on ShoeMoney.com.

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of the ShoeMoney Blog, Elite Retreat Internet Conference, & the PAR Program. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 Amazon Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. Jeremy currently lives in Lincoln Nebraska with his wife and 2 daughters.


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{ 30 comments }

1 Geiger

I hate to be the bearer of bad news. All your financial, family and personal success has been because your mom is so well liked. She’s really the only reason we support you.

2 Sam

She is one nice lady

3 Nuno Cabral

I like the phrase “I’m going to build a real company,”… It’s seems like you were an outlaw until now!!! :-)

4 Eric

Very nice article! I enjoyed reading and I hope a lot of people continue to get excited about your new book!

Though I see your wife would really prefer her colleagues don’t read his book. That’s as humbling as my wife is :)

Keep spreading the word!

Eric

5 Eric

Very nice article! I enjoyed reading and I hope a lot of people continue to get excited about your new book!

Though I see your wife would really prefer her colleagues don’t read his book. That’s as humbling as my wife is :)

Keep spreading the word!

Eric

6 purposeinc

The article is really cool. I am glad J get’s good props in it.

Your story really deserved the book, and I am so glad the local media shows what you have accomplished.

7 mina

This is an interesting article. I get to see another glimpse of your life. I am really surprised about your job history. I would have thought you would have been more disciplined.

I do wonder though are there opportunities to get somewhere near where your at in today’s age. I am not all convinced that there is but I am going to try and see where I can get. I find that the internet has matured like the article says and I think what once was is no more. However, I am not going to stop but I do wonder how would those who found success would play the game today.

8 Sam

Lol – what you talking about mina :)

“I do wonder though are there opportunities to get somewhere near where your at in today’s age.”

Shoemoneys two most successful achivements (auctionads, par program) — only started this year – or a few years ago.

His other things – the affiliate marketing, the adsense, the “gimmicks” — were never a real business.

It’s only just now shoemoney has changed and started real companies.

As long as you have the idea – the drive to complete the idea, and the knowledge to get your idea used by people — of course it’s not too late for you to copy shoemoney :)

9 Roland

Ohhh man do you think you really wanted people locally to know who you are and what you do. I do not want the fame to go to your head now when people recognize you ;)

10 Wiley

Man you know the old CMO of playboy that is awesome. Is that how you got into all of the playboy parties?

11 Jamal

Inspiring story. Anyone who is anyone can certainly learn from your work and how you became who you are today

12 Steve

I loved the article! So, great to learn more about you and the testimonials were simply amazing

13 Buddy

What a great story. I can never get tired of hearing it.

14 Carl

Keep hustlin!

15 Jamal

give it up for the local news… they are a little behind on who you are but that is great exposure congrats man!

16 Tyler

Thanks for sharing

17 Derick

What is next the New York Times? All of the interviews are great what a fantastic resume you have now

18 Bernard

19 RD

Great article, the book was also fantastic… Almost finished it in a single day. I totally recommend it to anyone that just loves an interesting story.

20 Chris

I wonder if people are going to start knocking on the door asking for money now :)

21 faisal

Kudos shoe, the book is getting you a lot of popularity.

22 Roy

Tight.

23 Ben

Great article, I am an Omaha native so when I saw that in the paper that morning I was like HOLY SHIT! lol

24 Michal

Thats cool man! Happy for ya

25 Thaddeus

I am surprised you keep such a low profile in your local area.. cause damn iv seen you at the clubs haha

26 Lorenzo

Loved the story. Very out of the box, and something different that was actually exciting to read.

27 Fredrick

Awesome article! What your wife said is classic!

28 Frederick

Im an Omaha native as well, and also an avid reader of our blog. I was really intrigued by it. was a great read. congrats.

29 Ken

very cool. Im glad Nebraska took a step in this direction, as far as thinking outside the box goes. It can get pretty stuffy here sometimes. Thanks for breaking the mold shoe.

30 Carrol

put that sucker in a frame and hang it on the wall!

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