My friend Jeremy Shoemaker, AKA Schoemoney, is a rockstar. In every vertical the Shoe enters, he quickly becomes #1. Take a look:
Shoemoney.com is arguably the most influential marketing blog on the planet. Jeremy has created a cult-like following of readers that obey his every word.
i.e. Jeremy and I did a webinar a few months back. From the webinar I had a flood of tier 1 advertisers reach out to me. Six of these advertisers are now building campaigns with our group. In reverse, look at my friend John Chow. I placed an ad on JohnChow.com and in return I got a bunch of fuck-you’s your blog sucks. LMFAO! In defense of John, his blog is tailored more toward beginner bloggers, not direct response marketers.
i.e. Did anyone catch what Jeremy did to Confusionsoft, oops, I mean Infusionsoft. Jeremy fucking annihalted them, here’s the post. The post was tweeted over 80 times, over 100 FB likes, and had 100s of comments from VERY POWERFUL names in the industry. Infusionsoft freaked out and had a slew of their staff start writing false positive reviews, corporate rebuttals, etc. I think Jeremy removed the comment section of the post. Why did you do that bro?
2. Biz Opp
Every network I work with has reached out asking to run Jeremy’s biz opp. It’s the best hardsale biz opp I’ve ever seen produced, from the actual value it creates to how well it converts. Above all Jeremy is turning a profit in the 1st month.
It’s kind of hard to believe how quickly Jeremy’s offer has become the #1 in biz opp vertical. Wait a sec., it’s really not that hard to believe consider it’s Shoemoney.
Need I even say anything here? Every vertical Jeremy has targeted has made him millions.
I wanted to write this post because I genuinely respect Shoemoney and look up to him. Jeremy is a straight up dude and someone that I am humbled to work with on the advertiser side.
What do you think about Shoemoney?