Often times I have wanted to write a bit more indepth about subjects… have them spell checked (imagine that), proof read and all that but just seemed like a bit much for a blog. So I am going to start sending out a news letter once a month.

If you are interested sign up below 😉









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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.

90 thoughts on “The ShoeMoney NewsLetter”
  1. How do you have time to write more than you already DO??!!

    Anyhow, yes, I’m signing up, and looking forward to getting some decent affiliate marketing tips.

  2. i actually have a ton of posts in my drafts and several books in my google docs account. I usually make 4-5 posts a day I just do not always publish them.

    For instance the post about my addiction to MMORPG games was in my drafts since last fall. I publish older ones on sundays when I am spending time with my family 😉

  3. Signed up. Don’t know what else to comment but this should be enough to avoid the short comment plugin. 😛

  4. Signed in , is that different from the one that send a monthly info on what happened and what you blogged about ? (the one from aweber)

  5. Cool. Does that list of books include the Shoemoney Playbook? I see that I’m already signed up for this list, so I’m guessing yeah…

  6. I think it’s ironic you wrote (image that) instead of (imagine that) on a sentence about spellchecking, where’s the grammar police!?

  7. Hey, your program does not accept my e-mail format, which ends in @ca.rr.com

    Would you please fix that? Thanks!

  8. does this mean ken influenced you, and you’re a step a way from turning to the dark side of spam? 😉

  9. and w8.. having them get spell checked and proof read is something intrsting… 😉

  10. Nice! I signed up and look forward to hearing what your newsletter contains! 😀

  11. I as well signed up. And as said above there is not too much to comment on. I will however say that since I have been reading the blog there seems to have been lots of cool things happening.

  12. Sounds cool – yet I am surprised it wasn’t done through your feed already!

    What point and click are you using to manage it, or did you build an inhouse solution?

    Mark

  13. This should be pretty interesting…. but, I have to think some inside information has been shared between you and Calacanis.

    Or… is this the wave of the future?

    I wonder if Shoemoney will retire from blogging as Calacanis has? Hmmmm… conspiracy theories and black helicopters abound. 😉

  14. Sounds like a great idea! Signed up and I’m looking forward to reading Issue #1 😀

  15. Just so long as you don’t turn into ‘just another Guru’ Shoe, whose every second email is something like:

    buy this product from my very good, bestest friend, Ivor Lotts. Just click on my (affiliate) link.

    I can’t see that happening though as you do have a writing style all of your own.
    🙂

  16. What are you going to cover in your newsletter…. When is the first edition coming out…

  17. More ShoeMoney, More ShoeMoney……very cool that you are doing this. Will there be a newsletter signup contest between you and Chow?

  18. very good, I am in and I hope that I can get dome useful ingo throught your newsletter.

  19. Count me in, just for the simple fact that there is spell checking involved, heeh….

  20. Cool, I’ve signed up – Shoe, I assume the newsletter content will be stuff that wont be posted on the site?

  21. Well definitely sign up for this, always enjoyed getting updated by Shoemoney!

  22. The place next to Comment Contest Winners seems blank, you can get your guys set up this signup box there in order to reach 10k newsletter subscribers soon 🙂
    BTW Subscribed!

  23. What will be the difference between your regular blog content and the one that you will shoot via your newsletter? Will subscribers benefit t in a different way via the newsletter which your daily blog readers wont?

  24. Looking forward to read your newsletter. Hope you gonna share more of your knowledge and ideas with us, so that we can learn more. And i have a suggestion too: Do you think it could be a good idea if you share in that newsletter a bit of your busy life too? Like for example how you handle certain situations, what you like and what you dislike, experiences you have made and what you learned from your life….would give the newsletter a even more personal touch.

  25. I’m signing up too.

    You know, you could always hire a VA to help you with the writing, proofreading, etc. 😉

  26. The difference will be: subjects are written about more indepth, they will be spell checked, and proof read.

    Did you miss the 4 line blog post at the top?

    =P

  27. Signed up, then got an email recapping all your posts for the week, wasn’t really the more indepth content I was expecting?

  28. I too received an email recapping all of the posts- is there going to be some in-depth content? Is it going to be links to special posts for subscribers, or the article in the content of the email? And when do you plan to start delivering this content??

  29. If you do send the mystery meat in a can occasionally I won’t be mad or tell the Easter Bunny to cut you off. 😉

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  32. Signed Up….
    Will like to read some interesting tips and tricks, 🙂
    thx alot.

  33. Yup that is a wise thing to have drafts in store for days when you just dont find the time to write posts. I have also been practicing this and i write a bunch of drafts when i have a day off 🙂

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  45. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be really something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complicated and very broad for me. I am looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

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