Today the ShoeMoney Small Business segment aired in over 20 markets. We are currently negotiating a longer segment so we can go into more detail. Its super tough to work with such time constraints…

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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.

34 thoughts on “Making Money With Google AdSense – ShoeMoney Small Business Segment”
  1. What do you think about taking this to Facebook ? You could sell your own advertising and make them as long as you want?

  2. I think I will become a great follower.Just want to say your article is striking. The clarity in your post is simply striking and i can take for granted you are an expert on this subject.

  3. Curious what you typically make these days? What are your most profitable terms, niches, and easiest things to rank for?

  4. That bit about not using google adsense on your site because your competitors will be using it to get your traffic was such an eyeopener.

  5. Hey Shoe, the next segment should be why you should use Google Adsense!! Thanks for this one!

  6. Well said, however you can filter out ads from your competitors. Though the catch is, you have to specify each and every competitor and those you miss out on, can place an advert on your site.

  7. Another great article. I have been following you about two years now and I think my income has steadily been increasing with google adsense.

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  10. I love the segments that you are doing. I hope that the deal you are working on goes down and you can have a longer segment. I always learn something new from you.
    Thank you!

  11. Dude, you should totally have your own tv show and call it Dolla Dolla Bills Y’all with Shoemoney.

  12. Is there a way for you to pick out what Adsense Ads you want on your own site?
    How does one pick out the higher paying ads? Is there someplace you can look or find these ads?


    1. You can “exploit” Google Adsense’s competitive Ad Filter into doing this. But first you need to identify the URLs/Advertisers/Ads that have low bids. There is an addon for IE that can do this.

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    And over 90% of Google’s revenue DID NOT come from AdSense, only around 28% did. The bulk of it’s money comes from ads on it’s search sites and partner search sites.

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