The ShoeMoney System: How to Make Easy Money Fast Online will take you though nine modules teaching you the essentials of online marketing and how to better your small business by building a presence online. Our videos will take you through a simple step by step instructions on what you need to do as well as inform you on terms that you may not be familiar with.
Our How to Make Easy Money Fast Online course includes:
-Getting Started: Get your mind right and teach you some of the Internet basics before we begin.
-Making Big Money with Arbitrage: Setting up a PayPal account and start making money on eBay.
-Affiliate Marketing: What affiliate marking is and tips on how to make money using it.
-Making Money with Facebook: Step by step on creating a Facebook fan page and advertising on Facebook.
-Building Your Brand: Finding people to create your company logo for cheap and using the one you like best.
-List Building: Why building up a list of customer’s emails is important and what to do with them once you have them.
-Local Affiliate Marketing: How to make money in your own neighborhood.
-Building your Own Product: Building a website for your company/product.
-Search Engine Optimization: Tips on how to rank higher on search engines such as Google and Bing.
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This is one of the most important videos to watch. Its time to get your mind in shape!
Jeremy explains the 6 ways to monetize a web site and make money on the Internet.
One of the most important things an Internet Marketer needs is a Google account to access all the powerful and free Google tools and services.
Paypal is the currency used to pay and receive money online. Paypal makes transactions simple and quick.
More commerce is done on eBay then any other website in the world. If you don’t already have an account lets get you setup with this walkthrough.
Today we are going to hear from a real life eBay Entrepreneur making six figures a year using the exact same eBay arbitrage techniques we went through.
Anyone can make a website or create a product but how do you find your customers?
Forums are an untaped gold mind to find your consumers/customers.
Clickbank is the worlds largest marketplace for online users to sell there own physical and digital products. In this video I walk you through using the platform.
Today we sit down with multi-millionaire super affiliate Jonathon Volk
Links: Facebook Fan Page
Facebook FBML Example Code:
Contact support for your Facebook coupon code.
Here’s a link to the 4 Day Cash Machine as mentioned in the video.
We have learned how to make money selling other peoples products but now its time to build our own
Outsourcing is an amazing way to get your dream project built for a small fee.
Watch as we go through how to leverage the oDesk platform
Jeremy gives a wrap-up of the ODesk procedures.
How did all this SEO stuff start and where does it come from?
Some amazing real life case studies on how to get a ton of links and dominate the search engine results.
SEO best practices that are the “good” way.
The dark side of SEO… use at your own risk! OoOoOo!
Some excellent tips and tricks for SEO
Looking for some offline reading? These books have had a drastic impact on my life and I highly recommend them to you.
I was born on May 31, 1974, and grew up in Moline, Illinois, the son of a teacher and a factory worker. It was a pretty normal life, except that I grew up fat. I mean, at the age of 14 my weight had already tipped the scales at 300 pounds. Sure, I built up a tolerance for people giving me hell and learned that I always had to work that much harder to be that much better than my competition, but being picked last for teams in high school and never having any girls want to be more than a friend was never fun.
I can still remember my first glimpse at technology. It was 1987 and my mom had just bought me an Apple computer. Immediately I was hooked. It was an escape from life. I could play video games, pretend to be someone else, and even write a few programs while I was at it. Over the years I learned more and more about computers but didn’t know exactly what I could do with my passion.
In 1995, I had already graduated from high school and was busy selling appliances at Sears. One day, a woman strolled into the store and started talking. I figured she was there for a washer and dryer. Instead, she came to offer me a job at her Internet Service Provider (ISP) company and a dollar more an hour than I was making. She heard I was good with computers and wanted to know if I’d be a part of the team. I was sold.
I headed to my new job and learned how to manage servers, develop security systems and write websites. It was a true learning experience. However, after a couple of years I left the job and headed back to school. I was convinced a real degree was what I needed. Or was it? While still in college, I founded my first business making Macintosh gaming sites. Instead of taking finals, I was fielding calls from companies who wanted to use their marketing dollars to advertise directly on my sites. Who knew I could make sites I loved and make money? It was great!
Then the dotcom crash came along, I spent every last dime to pay web hosting bills, and to the real world I headed working for different banks and big corporations. It never ended well and I was fired from every job. At the age of 28, I found myself overweight (about 420 lbs.), $50k in debt, smoking two packs of cigarettes a day, and sleeping on my friend’s couch. I was in a real mess, but part of me said this was all I should expect from life. And I was okay with that!
Then I met J, a beautiful woman working her butt off to become an anesthesiologist. She had an insane work ethic, sent herself to school, and showed me that you can get whatever you want if you are willing to work for it. (She also became my wife.)
That was the turning point. In 2003, I took the plunge and started my own business, began writing my blog (ShoeMoney.com), and took my ringtone community company, Next Pimp, to the next level. Not only had I lost over 200 pounds that year through a remarkable surgery, but I also started making more money online in one month than I had made throughout my ten-year career. Actually, a photo of me with a check for $130,000 (my one-month earnings from Google AdSense) is one of the most linked to pages on my blog.
In March 2007, my business partner, David Dellanave, and I launched AuctionAds, an eBay affiliate marketing service that serves eBay auction ads on contextually relevant sites. The service won multiple awards and, in a matter of months, marketing company Media Whiz purchased a majority of the company.
My blog, ShoeMoney.com, shares my ups and downs in the world of online marketing to a loyal daily readership of over 30,000 people. ShoeMoney.com has been named the Best Affiliate Marketing Blog and ranks in Technorati’s top 50 blogs for the past three years. Having made millions of dollars over the past five years, I want to share my insights with others so they, too, can learn and grow.
Currently, I’m the founder of ShoeMoney Media Group as well as a husband, father (two gorgeous little girls), marketer, entrepreneur, blogger, author, and a fan of Mixed Martial Arts.