Looking at our advertising page you can see all the national press we have been mentioned/interviewed in. But we have never gotten any local love ;).

That is until yesterday:

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.

29 thoughts on “Getting Some Local Press Love – Twitter for Businesses”
  1. Good to see they finally wrote about u …which is odd..seeing your popularity on a worldwide basis..most want to celebrate the hometown hero.

  2. About time!
    Unbelievable with all the popularity you got. I don’t think there’s an Indian which uses Net and doesn’t know you :P.

    Maybe now local love will flow to you just like cash :D.


  3. Nice job.

    I still can’t believe that twitter isn’t monetized though. . There’s just something wrong with all that traffic and the only one’s cashing in are users.

  4. Question, Jeremy.

    Did the news channel search you out, or did you contact them? I’ve always wondered how local experts ended up on television interviews.


  5. I was watching it live and was so proud of our Nebraska boy even though you’re an illegal alien Nebrakan.

  6. I’m betting they found him through Twitter! Nice to know that your local community had an off day in “bad news” since they led with your story.

  7. That’s great! While those of us with an understanding of the industry know how much you’ve achieved, there’s nothing like a little mainstream, local press to give you great exposure, and it kind of legitimises (sp?) the industry as a whole, to have your opinion sought after on the news. It’s great for the whole industry, to have it ‘propped’ like that.
    Nice work J!

  8. Love to see you finally get the recognition you deserve on the Lincoln news!

    Very polished in front of the camera.


  9. Hmm isn’t this like obsolete news now? Shouldn’t they have covered this like more than a year ago?

    A more proper coverage should be how can business use twitter more effectively rather than ‘what is twitter’ type, I think

  10. Funny they took so long, but the local news always gets to you last, don’t they? Like they can’t believe you’re that good…
    Well, they do now. Great exposure cometh.
    Congratulations on finally making it local Jeremy.
    You’ve not really made it until your folks acknowledge you……but this is stretching that a bit ๐Ÿ˜‰

  11. This is a very nice post. I can see you have put hard work on your blog. I’m sure I’d be back here more often. You can come by and visit my site if you have time. See yah!

  12. Shoe,

    Well you could of hired that PR firm that wanted 5k a month to make the little effort of calling your 4 local newspapers.

    – Brian
    AM @ Pingo.com

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