I think the presentation went pretty good. This is the 3rd time I have done this session. I think the only thing harder then doing it the first time is doing the same session but with new information. I think about half of my session was the same and half all new stuff.

There is a really good write up of the session on SEO Roundtable

I have gotten some emails and comments about if I was going to be posting a video from the session. I was not able to get permission this conference to have someone video tape the session so no dice there.

I did spot someone in the audience who had a tripod setup and a video camera on it. I am not sure if he recorded the thing but I would like to see it if your out there πŸ˜‰

Here is the session from April in NYC (NOT YESTERDAYS)

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.

44 thoughts on “Making Money With Contextual Advertising – San Jose”
  1. Hey! Hows the shoemoney gang at San Jose? I’m about to drive up there for the exhibit. Its 2 hr drive from Sacramento πŸ˜‰
    Hopefully I’ll at least get some funky gear and coupons over there…

  2. Half an hour? Awesome =) I’ll be watching this during lunch time, thanks for posting Shoe. Props on improving your public speaking skills too man, that’s a hard thing to tackle.

  3. I like the videos because it proves you are real. You were very humble in your presentation too. You kick ass with UCF guys one night and get geeky with others the next day.
    Jack of all Trades I guess…

  4. I cant wait to see the video from the presentation! πŸ™‚ Thanks for the link to SEO round table though.

  5. Same here. If I can’t be there in person, I like to catch the video. I’ve never had the pleasure to see this presentation, so I can’t wait to see it :).

  6. Great Video.
    I have a parenting blog that offers uniques and useful parenting information. What recommendations do you have for me to increase my visitors ? I have used keywords,digg, stumble but I am still getting low traffic(avg 25 daily). Thanks

  7. Jeremy you seem like a really cool, personable person man. Always keep it real and never forget..which it seems like you obviously haven’t.

  8. Thanks for the Vid…Im about to leave my 9-5 but i will be tuning in once i get home

  9. Hopefully the person can upload the video file, I would like to see this presentation, sounds interesting.

  10. I was one of the ones that couldn’t make it to your presentation But i too would love to see it if someone has it. heck, if you sneaked a copy of it there is always youtube:);.

  11. Try running an Adwords campaign. Seriously, not necessarily the search network, set up a bunch of keywords just on the content network, with a max CPC of 1 cent. It’s worth a shot. Sometimes you won’t get very many impressions or clicks with a 1 cent bid, sometimes you’ll make out like a bandit. I’ve got a couple sites right now that I earn 3-4x my daily Adwords spend, just on Adsense income. But I’ve had other sites that absolutely tank and just suck money out of my pocket. It’s a gamble, but it’s always worth a shot. A penny for a visitor isn’t a bad deal anyways, even if it doesn’t bring in any revenue right away.

  12. I second this advice, though if you want to target parents specifically a search campaign would be better for you since someone googling “Tips on parenting” is going to be a “more valuable” user than someone who just clicked from some random site.

  13. That’s true as well. A big factor would be the return visitor factor, if people come back again and again, paying the bigger bucks for the search campaign/clicks is definately worthwhile when it’s bringing a repeat visitor, but if your views are from people that come one or two times, read an article or two, and never come back, you’ve only got that one or two chances to monetize that traffic, which is where the 1 cent content click can really pay off. Depends on what some of those parenting/kid related keywords will cost on a brand new campaign too. Last time I ran any, some of them weren’t cheap at first. πŸ™

  14. your site is still showing vonage ads. I’ve always thought Yahoo’s problem is a lack of inventory. In my mind that is why they are still in beta. They don’t need anymore publishers because they don’t have the ads for them. They are stuck in an ad platform catch 22.

  15. hey, that is a great post. I never heard about industry brains. They seem like they are a good adsense alt. I may give them a try. Have you guys used them?

  16. Try submitting your new blog posts with your stumble, digg buttons. It worked for me… but make sure you have them set up right.

  17. Like everyone else who couldn’t attend I’d love to see that Shoemoney bootleg SES Jose/07 DVD. Available on Ebay soon???

  18. Heh, interesting point you bring up here. I’m looking forward to seeing what they can offer big (and smaller scale) contextual advertisers once they get out of beta. But then the question becomes… will they even continue with ads and ever leave beta status?

  19. Stumble works great since instead of a one time spike with digg(and for non apple/tech related sites its a bit harder to get dugg) you get an infinite amount of spikes spread out over a long period of time.

  20. I love Stumble Upon for driving fresh visitors to a new page or site. I don’t find that the traffic converts into clicks, but it does get me more inbound links in the long run.

  21. Does your head ever tan? For living in Nebraska I’d figure you’d get a little sun now and then.

  22. Thats awesome that you are searching for the person with the tripod. Hopefully you find them!

  23. It’s interesting how the fine details make the biggest difference between success and “failure”.

    I appreciate you posting the video.

    Thanks Shoe,

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