this guest post was removed after it was found pretty much word for word in a book =(. I dunno why guest posters think they can do that and nobody will notice =(

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.

26 thoughts on “Making Money On the Web is Easy, Making it Last Isn’t”
  1. Great post. That’s why I always try to balance my risk between different ventures. I’ll also check out the book you’ve recommended right now.

    But your blog link says “Coming Soon”. Could you post your blog link.

  2. Works for some people, not for others. For some, getting those high consumption goods is the goal.

  3. Not only did you rip off Millionaire Next Door verbatim, but you butchered it completely.

    PAW = Prodigious Accumulator of Wealth
    UAW = Under Accumulator of Wealth

    Nice link to your ‘Coming soon’ site too, jackass.

  4. This post is so trie as I have “lived the dream” when I was riding high on money made frp, affiliate stuff with free google traffic (some blackhat, some not) but looking back “NOW” if I would have invested in learning even about ppc back then when times were good I bet I would still be “living the dream”……….

  5. There’s an old chinese saying my uncle told me, “make a lot of money in silence if you want to keep making it”

  6. I was the original poster. This wasn’t word for word from a book at all. I just read the book this past week, and figured applying its concepts to internet marketing which is a much more volatile industry than many the book discusses, would be useful.

    The only phrases taken from the book were PAW (progressive accumulator of wealth) and UAW (under accumulator of wealth).

    I posted a non affiliate link to the book on amazon and made it clear where the ideas were from.

    So how did I rip someones work off?

  7. Thanks. I figured this was a good post to raise peoples awareness that $10,000 a month means nothing when it stops coming in.

  8. It is a great book. Really raises your awareness of what you need to do to be financially set in the future.

  9. It doesn’t say don’t spend, it says don’t spend until you can afford it without negatively affecting your financial future.

  10. Get that fat dick out of your ass. I sent the post to shoe, he posted it. Thats his fault not mine. He asked for posts and i sent one. To be honest, I didn’t expect it to get posted. But when I got the reply e-mail “Excellent post dude, i’ll put it on monday’s queue.” I figured they actually read it and saw some validity in it.

    Now I just get a bunch of shit about “stealing” someones work when I made it clear as fuck where it was coming from.

    This is like a book publisher blaming an author for writing something crappy. Don’t publish it if it sucks.

  11. Thanks. My point was not to get a link to my site, or to pretend I am some genius. The point was I read a good book, that I thought would be useful to the community around shoemoney, and it really is.

  12. That’s not really related to the post at all, but it does remind me of another wise saying. “The strong move in silent, the weak cause a riot.”

    Which is another good point about not giving away your money trees.

  13. For such a snappy young lad you sure do butcher the english language. Verbatim – Using exactly the same words.

    There is not a single sentence in that post that is “verbatim” from the book, jackass.

  14. Last post, I promise.

    My post simply recommended a book and explained why it contains extremely important concepts for internet marketers. I included a non-affiliate link, and a link to a non monetized page (much like did at first).

    Lets look at

    A complete spam post, with the purpose of selling a product. That post is still up. But my post isn’t.


  15. These are the most entertaining comments I’ve read on here. Andrew you are one crazy mofo.

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