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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.

76 thoughts on “The Future of Free SEO Report – Shoemoney ?s Ep. 14”
  1. FreeSEOreport is definitely for someone like me who know very little about SEO. I plan to get into more of SEO for 2011. I really don’t like SEO but I know that I can’t avoid it.

    1. The basics of SEO are really 95% of it. Which this report provides. Then its just getting backlinks.

      People can sell all the theories they want but thats the truth.

      1. I totally agree, Shoe. A search engine considers the content of the sites to purely determine the quality of a link. When inbound links to your site come from other sites, and those sites have content related to your site, these inbound links are considered more relevant to your site. If inbound links are found on sites with unrelated content, they are considered less relevant. The higher the relevance of inbound links, the greater their quality.

    2. Setting and managing PPC campaigns is kind of tricky. I think it should only be done by a professional (if a campaign is not performing, it will be automatically deactivated). So that’s why I’m banking on SEO to take my online initiatives up a notch.

    1. Yea I have seen like 4-5 projects listed on these sites with a $200-$500 budget.

      Good luck with that.

    1. The findings on my report were pretty much solid. Exactly the kind of information I want to get an idea on which areas I need to work on. For a free service, I’m happy with the results I got.

  2. Thanks shoemoney for all you guys do over year will be another great year for your guys..thanks

    “Black Seo Guy “Signing Off”

  3. You mentioned in the video that you just launched “Link Control”. What is that? Did I miss that one?

    1. Is this a new one, Jeremy? How come I didn’t come across it when I monitor your blog every day?

  4. I really like how raw and real your videos are. I’ve used your latest free SEO report tool and it is really amazing what you give away for free. I’ve used it for 2 of my domains and really got some great insight into the competitors I have.

    Thanks for all you do!

  5. I’ve used a site over a year ago that gave you a report on the SEO of your site. It was crap. SEO is so basic — you can learn all you need to know in 10mins without having your site scanned by a bot or person.

    I’m sure with the power you have from your readers and your blog — the site will do well though. Good luck with it!

    1. Interesting tool. I don’t do SEO though. But it may come handy in the future. Looking forward to giving it a try.

    1. Just one advice whether you’re sticking with SEO or PPC: Be careful who you hire to manage your campaigns, how you convert the visitors and watch your long time ROI closely. Or else things might get a little bit nasty 🙁

  6. Traffic through organic search engine results is almost free if the up-front work has been completed. Plus, long-term costs can be much lower than PPC in the long run. I can’t wait to see how FreeSEOReport fares in the next few days, Shoe. Keep up the good work! 😛

    1. I don’t know. I still have a soft spot in my heart for PPC after all these years. First, it can guarantee exact results (first position for a keyword, with a proper budget) and you only pay when a visitor comes to the site. and the best thing of all? You don’t have to modify the technical codes of the site just to get started.

      1. One thing I can say about PPC is it can be pricey at times (very if not properly administrated).

        1. I still think it’s best to invest on both since they usually drive conversions. But organic SEO’s cheaper that’s why I’m focusing my resources there although I also run some PPC campaigns on the side.

  7. I knew your new SEO gig will be a huge success the moment you posted its details a few days ago. Best wishes from NYC.

    1. The suggestions were a bit generic but for a free service I’d say it’s an awesome tool. I got my report a few days ago. It gave me a fairly good idea of what changes I need to make to drive more traffic to my site.

  8. To tell you the the truth, Jeremy, this fresh search engine optimization you’re sharing is making ranking high in SERP’s an art without the excessive rates unlike most mainstream SEO services available these days.

    1. The algorithm each search engine uses is a closely guarded secret since if it were readily available it would quickly collapse as everyone would make their sites as high on search and relevancy lists as possible using the algorithm’s criteria as a guide. So for the most part people use an educated guess. Search engine companies like Google do give some hints, especially as to bad practices, and some aspects can be found by trail and error. Quick query, Shoe: how can you guarantee that FreeSEO Report does work?

      1. That’s way over my head. 🙂 But I’m all for free resources that can be useful in generating traffic for my newly-launched website.

  9. SEO is the most cost effective method to generate targeted traffic, you’ll know this if you are already involved in any advertising payment or PPC campaign in the past, like I did. I’m betting that your new search engine innovation will make way for new SEO milestones.

    1. SEO doesn’t necessarily require financial investments (PRO) but it may take weeks, months or even years to rank good SERP (CON)

      1. I believe trying Shoe’s new SEO service at least once is only proper before we give out mixed comments. I haven’t tried it yet but the details looks promising.

  10. I don’t dabble that much on search engine optimization since it is a long term process and you only get middle to long time results. Plus, it’s so complicated that it involves hundreds of factors and in most cases, can’t guarantee exact results (like first position for a keyword).

    1. You can’t really target many keywords and people from different geographical regions with SEO. While some people consider it as a super ranking tool, I think it’s just too overrated.

    2. In their simplest and purest forms, SEO is all about optimizing and ranking while PPC mostly involves controlling and paying for rankings. Whether you like one or another, it doesn’t really matter.

  11. With PPC, you can target many keywords and people from different geographical regions and it even offers you immediate results and immediate visitors. I think I’ll just observe how this new service shifts in the next few weeks before I’ll bite.

    1. I’ll run one of the sites I manage first and see how it goes. It seems that the only way I can get reports for all them is to go for the upgrade.

      1. I see. Good thing I won’t need an upgrade since I’ll only be using it to check the one domain I have.

  12. Goes to show that what some people need are simple tools that are fairly easy to use and deliver the results they expect.

  13. In my own perspective, I recommend first building a website that would take into consideration all the SEO usability and design rules . By doing this, you will have a chance to attract visitors natural for your targeted keywords and convert them. Then start building up the site in order to get better positions in natural searches — and don’t forget to sign up for FreeSEOReport, too.

    1. Of course, you need to establish your site first before engaging in SEO or PPC. Build up your presence in your niche as much as possible before launching a campaign.

    1. I read that it’s free for the first report then you have to pay for the upgrade if you want unlimited reports. Best thing to do is to get a report for one of your domains then sign-up for the upgrade if you’re satisfied with the findings.

  14. If you achieve low conversions in PPC, you’ll pay only for advertising, and you’ll end up making few profits. Nonetheless PPC is definitely unforgiving. You must be able to make high conversions if you want to achieve higher ROI.

    1. PPC basically means money in action. This is the first point of the campaign. When you plan to use this advertising model, you should have the necessary amount of money to start the ball rolling.

    1. The bottom line here is you only get minimal service when you opt for the free version. Results and statistics for the paid one is different. Just like any other marketing strategy out there. So why complain when it’s still free of charge?

  15. People always stick to the organic results first and I just can’t wait to try FreeSEOReport for my very own detailed statistics.

    1. Come to think of it, after optimizing your website you can still use your money for different things and the optimized site will still run. I give this new service a two thumbs up. By the way, got any updates for next year’s Humongo Nation tour?

  16. I am still all for SEO! It has good ROI and is relatively inexpensive when compared to other forms of advertising both online and offline.

    1. Point taken but SEO is time consuming, involves higher start-up costs and longer timeframe. It takes approximately 3-6 months to start seeing results.

      1. But when done correctly, the ROI more than makes up for the time and effort you put into it. Besides, there’s always PPC that you can work on alongside with your SEO strategies.

      2. I’m still learning the ropes so I’m not familiar with some of the strategies on how to improve my site’s ranking. I’m hoping to get a few ideas from this free report.

  17. Remember, kids, most people almost always trust SEO rankings more than PPC rankings and more than twice as many people will click on an organic listing than a PPC listing. Catch my drift? (Plus, FreeSEOReport is free…)

  18. Rankings are not stable and top stats can come and go based on various of factors that are beyond your control. Enough said. 🙂

    1. Your rankings can be affected by the number of ‘click-throughs’ your ad generates so even though you ‘bid’ for the number two position, someone else may get that spot. That’s why I had a change of heart from PPC advertising.

  19. PPC promises instant results where top rankings can be achieved in a matter of hours or days. Plus, very little website changes required and you can target as many keywords as you want.

  20. The reason why I prefer SEO? Search engines don’t care how much you value a keyword. If it doesn’t generate enough traffic, they will disable it.The cost for keywords is going up as well.

  21. I’ve been thinking of doing some improvements on my flower shop’s website. That seems like a very useful tool for what I have in mind. Thanks, Jeremy!

  22. it almost seems that SEO is becomming a necessity if you are serious about your websites

  23. SE rankings depend on a lot of things. It’s a dynamic process as well that often take significant amount of time and resources on my part. But so far, I’m happy with the ROI though I know that I still need to make some enhancements on the site.

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