Jeremy “Shoemoney” Schoemaker went from selling washers and dryers at Sears to creating multimillion dollar companies. He was founder of NextPimp.com, AuctionAds, and runs ShoeMoney Media which includes his current company the PARS Program. He co-founded the Elite Retreat and is author of Nothing’s Changed but my change–The Shoemoney Story
How does he get past “the dip”?
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What will you learn in this interview?
– What inspires him to continue to push forward through challenges?
-How does he get through the dip?
-What blogger does he follow and strongly advises everyone else to follow also?
Played in World Series of poker.
Nominated for Presidential award in 2008
Business Mentors, Tools, Books mentioned:
Seth Godin – American author, entrepreneur, marketer, and public speaker
“The Dip” by Seth Godin
John Chow – Blogger, speaker and entrepreneur
Charles Ngo – Affiliate marketing legend, speaker
A little background about Jeremy “Shoemoney” Schoemaker:
Jeremy “ShoeMoney” Schoemaker is a web entrepreneur, founder of NextPimp.com and ShoeMoney Media, and co-founder of the AuctionAds service. He is a frequent speaker at search engine marketing and affiliate conferences. He also co-founded the Elite Retreat, an annual industry expert conference.
Slate (magazine) on October 1, 2008, published that Shoemoney became famous when he posted his picture with a Google check for $132,994.97 for one month of adsense.
Schoemaker autobiography Nothing’s Changed But My Change: The ShoeMoney Story, was published on January 2013 on Amazon.com.
Schoemaker routinely raises money for charity by hosting an auction in which he agrees to wear the winning company’s branded t-shirt exclusively to an Affiliate Summit event. He began hosting these auctions in 2009, and has raised over $80,000.
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