ShoeMoney Book – The “Exposed” Life of Jeremy Schoemaker
Do you know Jeremy Schoemaker?
Sure you do… he’s the guy with the $100,000 Adsense check and has the Superman dollar sign logo!
Ok,… if that’s the answer then I guess we all really know Shoemoney, but how many people really know the story of Jeremy and how he went from a 9-5 slacker/worker without a care in the world or idea of what he’s going to be doing next week, to becoming one of the most well known bloggers and internet entrepreneurs in the game today and named the “Most Influential Person on the Internet” by Fast Company magazine in 2010?
Well, it all started back in… Nevermind, that’s what the book is for!
Yes, Jeremy has finally released his new book “Nothing’s Changed But My Change“!
As someone who has been a good friend of Jeremy and spoken on many panels with him, I’m very excited and thrilled to see that his new book is out. I just released my first book last year and truly can appreciate the amount of time, effort and frustration that goes into writing a book and finally getting it published.
I remember the first time I saw Jeremy at a conference several years back and I introduced myself for the first time. We knew each other already from our blogs, but never got to meet in person. Even though it was just a quick meet in the exhibit hall, that was all that was needed to connect. Jeremy is another one of the good guys in the industry that will go out of his way to help the newbies, the veterans or anyone who just wants to talk.
I’m currently reading my way through the book now, so I won’t wreck any of the details for anyone.
The important thing to remember is that this isn’t a “make money online” type of book, but the “Story of ShoeMoney”, which walks through Jeremy’s younger life and how he got to where he is today. Though it isn’t a make money guide, many of the lessons and stories can relate to many of us in the online marketing and business world.
Be sure to grab your copy of The ShoeMoney Story: Nothing’s Changed But My Change on Amazon.com or Kindle.
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