Well in the last 2 days since making the video I have been interviewed by 7 news publications and some radio shows. Its defiantly hit the mainstream.

Now lets see if any of them spell my name right or link correctly 😉

O ya also last night on strikepoint Jensense and Myself joined David Naylor and Mikkel DeMib on there show Strikepoint to talk about whats going on.

You can download that podcast here

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.

21 thoughts on “AdSense Arbitrage Media Coverage”
  1. Fantastic steps made in the right direction brother. Much success on this one for you. What’s your next move? Your burning up like wild fire.


  2. Wow, I never thought something like that would hit main stream. You da man!

  3. With such influence on the web community I would definitely find myself trying to stir the big cauldron of gossip and start writing about things that are so far from the truth they become believable.

  4. No kidding!!

    Good job Shoe.

    I never thuoght it was going to take off that much and I also didn’t think the ARBI thing w/adsense would get so many people up in arms especialy mainstream!

  5. Awesome information. I’m anxious to see how this whole Google shift pans out. We all have a good deal of income riding on the outcome.

  6. That was pretty cool how you and Jensense came on at the end. Dave N is always funny as hell to listen to! But he also really knows his stuff.

  7. Isnt Google banking a huge portion of their income off of people who do arbitrage? I cant imagine that they will change too much if they are that dependent on it.

  8. Shoe,

    No offense but I couldn’t even understand what those two guys were talking about. I was like WTF M8. This is not a joke. I don’t know if anyone else felt the same way. Perhaps it’s my crappy speakers here at work. I’ll try again at home.

  9. Hi Shoe,

    Just wondering whether you think this would have been picked up to the same extent if it had not been a video blog?

    I liked the video blog. I guess it is a lot easier to get your personality and point across in video than text.


  10. I thought the same. Why is anyone outside the arbitrage industry interested in this?
    I’m interested in this because I was thinking about doing arbitrage myself, but why should anyone in the mainstream be interested?

    None the less, good work Shoemoney!

  11. That means you have a great visibility if a video post brought you this kind of feedback

  12. The guys doing well out of arbi are already moving on and doing it in other ways. I might just write an ebook about it lol

  13. I was wondering how effective arbitrage is these days? I want to climb in full tilt but from my experiments with it have not been profitable with one exception. I’m sure with the big coverage of this video blog even more people will be considering the arbi model.

  14. The web is hot and everyone wants to be reporting the cutting edge… arbitrage is it, esp. when you talk the big dollars these folks are raking in.

  15. Spelling your name should be easy. I would be worried with my real name. But your is simple and your are kind of famous…

  16. […] me, assumed the bans were in relation to MFA or Arbitrage activity. Instead I can now see that Shoemoney hit the nail on the head when he said the bans were only in relation to poor conversion […]

Comments are closed.