In the next month we are changing designs and changing the focus off of me on this blog. ShoeMoney is really more then a person its like a way of doing business. This blog has turned from a 1 person notes on making money on the internet to kind of a monster… I had never really planned for this blog to be successful. Lately for me it has been quite the time sink and has been taken a lot away from other stuff.

Anyway DDN has made a few great posts and I will take on a few more authors in the next month. There is no rush on this and it will be a pretty selective proccess. I am especially looking for people who work for Affiliate companies or SEO companies who really get the industry, are opinionated, and would like there voice to be heard. You can be anonymous but you must have facts to back up what you write. Shoot me a email and we can discuss.

By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

20 thoughts on “Whats Going On With The ShoeMoney Blog”
  1. wow.hope to see your new design.By the way,Are you distributed your themes?I like to have this one.Simple but effective.Can you distributed it?

  2. Sounds good! By the way, glad to see you back on MyBlogLog. 🙂 I’m not sure if they unbanned your IP but according to their blog post, they are promoting you on MyBlogLog now!

    – Avi

  3. I’m saddened to read that. I can read opinionated articles about SEO and affiliates anywhere. But I could only read Jeremy Schoemaker’s opinions here. Just one step away from getting your content from ‘free article’ directories.

    Kumiko 🙁

  4. I think it wil be good to see others start writing but I agree with others I come here to read what the SHOE has to say.

    IMHO as long as you continue to write a decent amount per-week I think we will continue to see good things from your blog.

  5. I look forward to seeing what the new authors come up with and what kind of inside information they can provide. Do you have any authors on the list so far?

  6. It can be nice to get posts/articles from a couple of different people. Darren over at ProBlogger had a guest blogger that was fantastic and now there have been more posts from him since that time. It can work out well and I am looking forward to seeing the new site.

  7. I like the idea of having more affiliate content but not the idea of having other writers. Just seems like it’s been done before and the reason people come here is to hear from you.

  8. A new website wouldn’t be a bad idea however the branding that is already on this one would be hard to match.

  9. I’ve often wondered how you did it time wise. Of the blogs I operate, I barely have time to roll my own, and I know you moderate hands on.

    I hope the idea of new contributors works out, but I also hope it doesn’t overrun your blog.

    All I can say is if you do get additional authors, make sure you ‘touch’ the posts in some way. The net is full of ‘other’ peoples perspectives.

    I’d hate to find i lose interest because the posts start sounding familiar is all (yes.. its a compliment – Bah !) 🙂

  10. I agree with Nathan that I think people like reading certain blogs because their is one focused opinion. It also gives the reader more of a chance to get to know you and understand you as a blogger faster and more easily. Blogs like TUAW are ones that need multiple writers to keep up with all the news, but blogs like these just need one.

  11. Hey, we read Shoe for his direct and unscripted remarks.

    If you are going to get grammar, spelling, and reflective, how will we know it’s you?

  12. I was actually thinking something like this would happen sooner or later, but I think it’s for the better. The blog will be bigger, have more opinions and point of views, and also give us more to read on a day to day basis. I’m a firm believer you will do a good job getting the right peopel to run it.

  13. hah! That’s what I love about this blog/listening to show on WebMaster Radio. Shoe just bes himself (I’ve never met him, so maybe he doesn’t… he just seems like he is letting everything out). And he says what’s on his mind. If he has a problem with someone/something, he lets them know.

  14. Thats more or less what I was getting at.. when i started reading shoeblog it was because of the untainted bling. The sort of no bullshit approach, where he enumerates the paydirt step4step.

    I spose a little shoe polish cant hurt 🙂

  15. I’m guessing you changed your mind after all. I actually remember this post… lol

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