Chris WinfieldMy guest tomorrow will be the pimp of pr himself 10e20’s Chris Winfield. I get questions about pr all the time and I thought it would be good to have Chris on.

If you have pr questions you would like to to ask Chris throw them in the comments!

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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.

41 thoughts on “PR Expert Chris Winfield On Tomorrows Shoemoney Show”
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  2. Chris is cool. Yet another nice guest on the shoe show. Hmmm… maybe I should try to get more guests on my show.

  3. Nice. I really like Chris alot. There is a few things I’d love to hear Chris talk about.

    1) You’ve become a solid quotable resource ( – what tips and advice would you offer on what makes a good quotable resource?
    2) If you were launching a new startup, what is the high level process you’d go through to make sure you developed a successful launch plan?

  4. Nice! I have two questions for Chris…

    1) If you were launching a new startup, what questions would you ask your team and process would you go through before even launching the site?

    time allowing…
    2) You’ve become a quotable resource in some major media, what tips would he offer in this regard?

  5. Chris, what is your opinion on wordtracker vs overture keyword research tools? Also, What do you see in the future for search engine technology?


  6. Can a regular website or blog get a PR 7 or higher because the highest I seen a regular blog was Pr6 which is problogger’s blog like the only ones that are higher are the mass news blogs like huffington point and engadget which spit out a lot of articles a day. and regular I mean like John Chow or Shoe Money

  7. PageRank is overrated. It’s been manipulated over and over again. You would think that people would care more about what their customers think about their websites, over what Google thinks!

  8. LOL! I saw in the RSS feed and the first thing I was thinking was “pagerank expert? who is an expert at that?” hahaha

    It was right between a Google Adsense and a Google Adwords post so I was thinking PR = PageRank.

  9. I look forward to listening in I cought your show a few weeks back on SEO and I found it very good.

  10. I will like to tune in to this but I don’t have an ipod and am not sure how to find If you could let me know that would be great. And maybe one day I could pick your brain and here about your story of how you went from blogging to a media mogul.

  11. Paul,
    Anything you can get into an itunes account can be downloaded onto your computer and you can listen to it there.

  12. I cant wait to tune into this show, the shoemoney show is great and you learn a ton in every show if you listen carefully!

    Thanks for sharing!

  13. The show definitely seems to be getting back on track, having Danny and now Chris as a guest has definitely helped bring it back in the spotlight 🙂

  14. Not visited the ShoeMoney lately because of the Brazilian carnival, but when I returned already noticed some changes… The banner above the post already received my click

  15. How about the beautiful web itself where all you need is something like MS notepad, an FTP client, and some creativity?

    Before “Web 2.0” it was one giant social network. You could link password-free to anyone you wanted, post files, pictures, all sorts of templates, and even links to databases. Sorry to see it going but hopefully we’ll acknowledge it after everything has been FaceBooked to death.

    Dating Review

  16. I think PR is overrated these days – better to have solid domain age with a one-owner site.

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