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Elite Retreat Update

Andrea SchoemakerAndrea Schoemaker (PlanetAndrea) tells me there are about 15 places left for this ground breaking event.

Here’s an update from Andrea:

We’ve got our publicity machines out in full force, and have received lots of encouraging response.

A lot of people who have expressed interest are worried that they might not be advanced enough to attend. We are targeting everyone from newbies to high status sites.

We will also be promoting the Elite Retreat at Chicago SES in December and be able to answer any last minute questions people might have there as well.

We’ve received so much support throughout the industry for this event and looking forward to the event.

Facilitators at the event include Jeremy Schoemaker (Shoemoney), Dave Taylor, Aaron Wall and Lee Dodd.

Check out: Elite Retreat information page.

Internet Marketing Elite Retreat launched

Elite Retreat was formally launched on Shoemoney’s Net Income radio show this morning.

Here’s the launch banner:

Elite Retreat

Here’s the site: EliteRetreat.info

Shoemoney mentions on his post: Elite Retreat December 18-19 San Antonio

This is a really new and interesting style of conference. This is open to a very select group of people who maybe feel like they are on the verge of something big within their company but just need a little help to get over the edge. (more…)

Pick Shoemoney’s brain

Are you an Internet Marketer?

Are you happy with your adsense earnings?

Need some inspiration?

How about:

Shoemoney check
Shoemoney “Skills to pay the bills”

In case you have difficulty reading the check, it’s issued by Google and is an adsense check for the amount of $132,994.97 issued in the month of September 2005.

Shoemoney (aka Jeremy Schoemaker) helpfully points out:

This was the bigest paper check I have ever received. It was way back in August of 2005 and since I have moved to wire transfers so dont look for anything bigger from me.