Ad:tech has become one of my favorite conferences out there. The speakers are great and the networking/parties are as good as they get. This year’s ad:tech also features a “conference within a conference” – Content Revenue Strategies, a show dedicated entirely to helping publishers make money through advertising, and to helping advertisers spend money more wisely on contextual advertising.

I’ll be speaking at CRS on the topic of Contextual Advertising Case Studies . Other speakers at the show include Shawn Collins from Affiliate Summit, Jay Weintraub from LeadsCon, and Brook Schaff from Schaff Consulting.

I know there are a lot of people out there who would love to attend CRS and Ad:Tech next month but maybe the $500.00 airfare, $300+ a night for hotel, $1600 for a conference pass is a barrier to you?


I have talked with the CRS and Ad:Tech people and we are going to have a incredible giveaway for one lucky person.

What can you win?

1) Full conference pass to Content Revenue Strategies and Ad:Tech ($1600.00 Value)

2) Cash money travel allowance $1400
3) Lunch with me at CRS!

Do you live local to NYC? Then you just made out and you get to keep all the $1400!

What do you have to do to enter this contest?

1) Make a blog post telling everyone why you should win this all expense paid trip to Content Revenue Strategies

2) Tweet your post
3) Make a comment leaving a link to your post below.

Next Monday (Oct 19th) I will work with the CRS team to narrow down the contestants to a final 20. Then we will let users vote on their favorite post. Winner take all!

Also for ShoeMoney readers there is a special discount code good for $100 off the cost of a Content Revenue Strategies (makes the price ONLY $350 TOTAL). Use promo code CRSNY82 during checkout.

The code is only good for a limited time so act now!

I understand a lot of people will want to use the code and register now but also want to enter the contest. We will refund your money if you win the contest so feel free to register now!

Good Luck!!

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.

43 thoughts on “Win an all expenses paid Ad:Tech Conference package”
  1. AdTech is a great show. I’m surprised more people don’t take advantage of going even for the exhibit hall and networking. You can usually get free passes for those parts of the conference, too.

  2. I had so much fun at adtech last year. Shoe was raging as always.

    You guys should have seen the suite Shoe was staying at in San Fran!

    Seeing the lobby alone was worth the trip.

    They had these way cool retro keys too 😉

  3. Man, that’s a good deal.

    I don’t believe I know enough about advertising to even have a shot at this… yet…

    But it’s inspiring me to get on the stick and learn more. I’d really like to deliver enough high quality ads to pay the rent. Or at least the groceries.

    And soon!

      1. Really, gentlemen, and ladies, you should not be smoking hashtag – nor anyting else for that matter.

  4. That’s really a well orchestrated, professional contest as you take all the challenges of people into consideration and provide the solution as prize.

  5. Heh, nice giveaway, I’m not sure $1400 would get me to NYC from across the pond these days, but Ad:Tech actually looks pretty cool. I might give it a shot!

  6. Its really looking amazing … but why other top bloggers are not talking about this …

    I think you should ask your friends as well to start a post about this.

    This is the best way to circulate news all around the blogsphere.

      1. You have changed the look of your blog once again.

        I think earlier one was more beautiful.

  7. Great deal, I don’t know if im eligible for this contest though as I am currently in Thailand

  8. Another Twitter contest. No point in me contesting as I wont be able to make it. All the best to all.

  9. That’s an awesome opportunity and I’m reading this while in class :). anyhow I am going to write an article on my blog later on why I think I should win this contest.

  10. I’m not going to enter this competition because I don’t deserve to win it. I’m a terrible, terrible person.

  11. Instead of winner take all, why not offer a thousand people something of value in exhange for making a qualifying entry, and share the love?

    1. ohh good idea. Like maybe we could send 3000 people 1$ via paypal? …………..

      1. Why not? Considering there are so many people spending sooooo many hours tryng to make a few pennies on various online endeavours like DevHub and many others, a whole buck will entice lots for the little effort of a Tweet or something similar. In fact many will use different user names or borrow their relatives’ in an effort to ‘earn’ five or six bucks. As they say, ”if the Shoe fits…” 🙂

          1. OK then, so after I Tweet it should I email you my paypal address to the buck off you?
            (friendly wink)

          2. Ohh you mean nobody will sponsor your lets give $1 to the world contest? Shocker!

  12. btw the last adtech stats for adtech SF had greater than 60% of the companies there being performance marketing. or looking for performance marketing. this is a good sign for our segment of the industry.

    Jeremy look forward to seeing you at CRS as we are both on panels. love to have you interviewed for the MediaTrust Relevantly Speaking show

  13. What a shame. I was hoping all six entries would make it into the voting stage as the original plan was for a vote on the best 20.
    Never mind, good luck to the lucky two, I’ve cast my vote and look forward to reading all about the trip from the winner.

  14. Signed up for content revenue strategies! Can you bring 1 large and 1 medium shoemoney tshirts?!

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