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Free Shirt Friday – DNTX.com

by Jeremy Schoemaker on May 17, 2013 · 11 comments

Happy Free Shirt Friday! Direct Navigation Traffic eXchange.. aka DNTX.com.

They help you build a three step profitable campaign determining aspects such as if it is for a desktop, mobile, or a tablet device as well as if it is a PPC or PPR ad type.

Have any of you used them?

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– who has written 2856 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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{ 11 comments }

1 Kj Rocker

Looks nice on you :)

2 Claudio

happy friday peeps!

3 Vance

I have

4 Dallas

never even heard of them

5 Nolan

They’re all the way from Germany aren’t they?

6 faisal

Something different for a change.

7 Walter

Does anyone know if it is free? This would be cool to check out and see if it actually works and how easy it is.

8 Lowell

Thanks for sharing. How did you start Free Shirt Friday anyway? Great way for people to get their business name out there and hell it is FREE

9 Leon

Do you keep all of the shirts that you get ? I bet you get a lot of themand have no room at all

10 Tomas

Great looking shirt. Simply and to the point.

11 Stacy

Does anyone currently use them? I think this would be a great platform for those people that do not want to learn how to use more than one or dont want to take the time to either

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