Fast Company's Most Influential Person on the Internet Releases Long-Awaited Memoir
OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The infamous face behind the $132,994.97 Google check (just Google "shoemoney check") and entrepreneur-turned-rockstar-millionaire-blogger Jeremy "Shoemoney" Schoemaker has finally released his much anticipated memoir at the request of his almost 300,000 followers online.
"As always, he didn't hold anything back," stated close friend and former Playboy President of Sales and Marketing Michael Sprouse, who also penned the foreword of the book. Sprouse continued, "If you're one of the few people who have never heard of Shoemoney, then you've either been living under a rock, incarcerated or haven't been online in the past 10 years. I was fortunate to meet Jeremy at a Playboy Mansion party several years back, since then we've done a lot of business together and became very close friends."
After he was voted as "The Most Influential Person On The Internet" by Fast Company magazine in 2011, Jeremy "Shoemoney" Schoemaker's success and influence only grew that much more. When asked about this, Shoemoney stated, "The key is giving people real value, that's what creates influence, not a bunch of bullsh*t and hype. I hope my readers will take away from my book what many have from my blog over the years. Clear-cut examples, lessons and wisdom to help them along on their journey, as well as in making money and developing relationships."
About the Book: "Nothing Has Changed But My Change: The Shoemoney Story," penned with coauthor Kate Sprouse, incorporates the same no-holds barred style of writing Shoemoney has become known for when authoring thousands of posts on his Technorati Top 50 blog, www.shoemoney.com since 2003. The book is now available in paperback and Kindle edition through Amazon.
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