Jeremy Schoemaker: A Pacesetter 2017

Jeremy Schoemaker is one of the foremost internet and affiliate marketer who is the founder of Nextpimp.com, Par Program and the co-founder of AuctionAds service and has been in the business for over 12 years.

The web entrepreneur has been one of the most vocal voice in affiliate marketing has he also often seen at SEO and Affiliate marketing conference like the Elite Retreat, which his company organizes every year for internet marketing.

His affiliate journey stared in the early 2000s when he started Slate and broke the internet when he posted a picture of his $132,994.97 cheque that he received from Google Adsense in just a month.

Jeremy Schoemaker’s wheels

NEXTPIMP: The Western Illinois University college graduate’s major money maker is Nextpimp as the website generates well over 150,000 views per day

Shoemomey: Shoemoney also racks in a lot of funds from his shoemoney blog which he started in 2003 and uses to rack in direct sales from affiliate marketing.

AuctionAds: This eBay affiliated website gives users the opportunity to display live eBay auctions on their websites. The site racked in millions of dollars and named the “eBay Most Innovative Application-Buyer” at the 6th annual eBay Developers Conference.

Jeremy Schoemoney blog was recognized as the Best Affiliate Marketing Blog in 2006 by Search Engine Journal and won the Fast Company’s Influence Project after earning over 500,000 clicks within a short period of time. Following a backlog of projects, Schoemaker decided to sell his majority ownership in AuctionAds for 17 million dollars.

He also sold his stake in PAR to a media company for 12 million dollars in 2015.

Schoemaker is also a writer as his self-titled autobiography, Nothing’s Changed but My Change: The ShoeMoney Story, and became a top seller within a month of its release,

When he is not racking in dollars through Affiliate marketing, he takes time to raise money for charity as he hosts an annual auction where he rocks the branded T-shirt of the company that wins the auction. The profit from the auction goes to charity and he has raised well over $80,000.

Hear his experiences and get into his entrepreneurial journey on this video, starting on the 2nd min:

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