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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.

37 thoughts on “This Week in the ShoeMoney Marketplace”
  1. I really enjoyed reading the “1000 Unique Visitors Per Day – Free Report”. Obviously, you’re not going to get 1000 visitors tomorrow, but everything is straight forward and is working very nicely for me.

    Way to go!

    1. I agree. You don’t see the results overnight but given the right strategies and sustained efforts you’ll be seeing an increase soon enough. The free report seems like an excellent material to learn a few more tricks from.

      1. More fans means more traffic. More traffic means more potential sales. More sales means more money. More money means more vacations to getaways I’ve always wanted to visit. Definitely a winner in my book. Where do I sign up?

    2. Setting up a Facebook fan page has helped generate more traffic to my company’s website. $60 for 1,000 targeted fans sounds like a good deal to me.

      1. $60 for customized bots or real humans who are capable of subscribing to a brand and making a potential sale?

  2. I’m still learning the ropes of list building so the free tele-class is really timely. Thanks for the heads-up!

  3. Shoe, can you keep me “abreast” of the Playboy Mansion shindig next year? (Note: will you still have any contests for free tickets like the one you had for that winning jingle?)

    1. Speaking of free tickets, any chance you’ll be giving away free passes for your monetize session at the Affiliate Summit this January?

      1. Shoe, why don’t you feature other Shoemoney fans out there? I’m sure there are lots, too. Seeing these almost scantily-clad women (and a few men who look like they weren’t informed they were photographed) on the bottom right hand section of your blog has lost its charm for me…

    2. I’d love to join one where an Elite Retreat slot is up for grabs. By the way, what’s the latest on next year’s Humongo Nation tour?

  4. I haven’t tried Facebook advertising but it comes highly recommended by some of my friends who were able to run successful CPC campaigns. I think it’s high time I should give it a try using those cheap ad coupons.

    1. In a different perspective, I guess “becoming” a targeted Facebook fan sounds quite lucrative. How do you become a paid fan, Jeremy? I’d like to give this one a shot.

      1. I think Facebook has finally become a genuine social networking platform with all these marketing deals. I just hope it doesn’t get out of hand like what happened to Twitter. Thanks for the pointers, buddy. Best wishes from Atlanta.

      2. I didn’t know that you can actually buy Facebook page “fans” nowadays. It might be worth investing on. But I think there should be a plan in place first on how to optimize the fan page.

        1. Once quick query though. Are these “fans” real humans or just bots with pre-made profiles and contact details?

    2. Facebook advertising is a fairly simple platform to use. I like that ads I run there can be super-targeted to my chosen demographic. Those coupons can help you give a shot at advertising on the biggest and still growing social network site we’ve all seen so far.

      1. Is it just me or does anybody else think that Facebook has completely sold out? I think advertising is one thing but allowing purchase-ready fans just for boosting your brand doesn’t quite cut it for me…

    3. Facebook is hip. Facebook is the perhaps the most utilized social networking site across the globe. Insert a few web marketing tricks here and there and you’re surely good to go. Got anything to add, Shoe?

  5. About the work from home entry, Jeremy, does it involve making surveys? I’ve always loved surveys and making money. Put two and two together and I’m definitely in! Kudos for the heads up. 😛

    1. I think they’re offering resource guides to finding work at home placements for remote call center agents and survey respondents. Browsing for jobs may be free of charge but getting the goods isn’t. =====> Try it today: you have 60 day’s to request a refund if you are not satisfied.

  6. So, I basically just have to paste the widget on my website and actually make money from it? Count me in!

    1. I’m sure there’s a hidden marketing scheme here. Remember, you get nothing for nothing these days.

      1. Could be. But it’s still worth checking out. Besides, you can get the widget for free. You can always opt out if you’re not happy with it.

    2. No scheme just a free service. Down the road we will make some advanced features and probably charge for them.

  7. Nice list! The free report on how to drive unique visitors per day can be very useful indeed.

    1. Building quality backlinks gives your website a better chance of getting indexed fasted. It can also help boost quality traffic to your site. It takes a lot of time to build though but definitely worth the investment.

    2. In order to make your website profitable, you must get more than just traffic there. You need to get targeted traffic to visit your site. Once you learn how to create targeted traffic you will begin to make money. You just can’t monetize without learning the ropes first. This is one truly awesome list, Shoe! ** NYC Shoemoney Fans **

    1. Working at home sure sounds a lot of fun. Nonetheless, taking the plunge means adjusting to a new working regimen. Can you easily say that being near your bed (or kitchen) won’t ever distract you from doing a great job? Try to reflect on it first before making the decision.

  8. “Visit the mak-doodle call center page for a free list of companies that hire remote agents. Many people are interested in working from home as a call center agent. We provide a list of direct links to the top call center companies.” Is this some telemarketing gig of some sort?

  9. Nice logos! It’s good to know that I won’t have to spend much to get an affordable high quality logo.

  10. I absolutely love the freebies and great deals you’ve got going on your weekly lists, Jeremy! Looking forward to the next one!

  11. Grab 8300 backlinks easy right now.. It’s hard to get 8300 backlinks, it would take me a few years to reach that.

  12. I didn’t know that you can actually buy Facebook page “fans” nowadays. It might be worth investing on. Main Thing Is S.E.O and Getting Backlinks Is So Important For Drive High Amount Of Traffic To Your Site.

  13. I am currently working from home and internet marketing. This information has been extremely helpful to me and my future endeavors. Thank you for taking the time to offer it to us

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  15. Great stuff from you, man. Ive read your stuff before and youre just too fantastic. I love what youve got here, love what youre saying and the way you say it. You make it entertaining and you still manage to keep it smart. I cant wait to read more from you. This is really a great website.

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