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ShoeMoney : Best Contextual Advertising Blog of 2007

Our next category in the 2007 Search Blogs Awards is that of Contextual Advertising.

SEJBlogAwards2007 ShoeMoney : Best Contextual Advertising Blog of 2007When Google released AdSense years ago, on top of the blogging sensation and more affordable web hosting prices, it changed the way the web publishing business operated (and search arbitrage) and gave opportunity to almost anyone with a blog and an idea.

Along comes AdBrite, Yahoo Publishing Network, Chitika and Text Link Ads … how can we keep up with all of these contextual options? By reading blogs which focus on this market of course, and how to make money using this form of advertising.

The blogs nominated for Best Contextual Advertising Blog of 2007 were :

And the winner of the Best Contextual Advertising Blog of 2007 is ShoeMoney!!!

adsensecheck ShoeMoney : Best Contextual Advertising Blog of 2007With the most vizzotes and highest percentage of voters ranking it a 4 or 5, ShoeMoney represented again in 2007, proving that the ShoeFather is here to stay. His blog has gone far above and beyond reporting on Contextual Advertising, which made him famous. The mix of domaining, affiliate revenue, AuctionAds and arbitrage has made ShoeMoney a top blogger and authority on how to make money online.

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Loren Baker is the Founder of SEJ, an Advisor at Alpha Brand Media and runs Foundation Digital, a digital marketing strategy & development agency.
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3 thoughts on “ShoeMoney : Best Contextual Advertising Blog of 2007

  1. I used to listen to Shoemoney’s show over Webmaster Radio.com before and I really enjoyed it because I’ve learned a lot from him and his guests.

    I think he truly deserves the award.

  2. I am curious about your opinion of our patent-pending marketing method at BrandClik.

    We are putting the control mechanism back in the lap of the publishers and newspapers seem to be editorially alright with it thus far. Any feedback is useful…good, decent or bad.

    Thanks and keep blogging!