Shoemonayy Webmaster Tools – Worth a Look

So Shoemoney has released the Shoemoney Tools thing and I went ahead and bought a subscription myself.

Anywho, so was it worth the cash is the question? Yeah I think it was. I only used the PPC tools since that’s all I cared about, so here’s a little review of the tools in my first experiences…

Local Tools – I’ll probably have the most fun with these tools. Basically you can put in locations (zip codes or whatever), and it will scrape keywords and add all surrounding zip codes/cities to your keyword and give you a list. You can generate an assload of longtail keywords this way and I’ll definitely take advantage of that…you should to.

Ad Generator – One of the tools I liked more than others. Basically put in your domain name (although I just put in a phony one because I didn’t want to put my landing page into the system…paranoia I guess) and a keyword in your niche, and it’ll generate a ton of ads. I like the tool just because it scrapes all the ads for your keyword and gives you a bunch of ideas for new adcopy. So I’ll copy a bunch of headlines and throw them up to test. Pretty neat.

Keyword Generator/Grabber – Your basic keyword tools here but always good to scrape as many as possible. The generator just scrapes based on keywords you input, and the grabber is similar to KeyCompete and things like that…you enter the domain name of another landing page or something and it grabs keywords they’re supposedly bidding on. Just words of caution: make sure to go through and clean out ANY list you build with a keyword tool before adding it to your campaigns.

PPC Campaign Builder – Shoemoney Tools saves all the list/ad data you scrape, and then in the end you can put all the pieces together and it will build files for complete campaigns that you can upload directly into Google/Yahoo/MSN.

Definitely worth the small investment to fool around with for a month, so sign up now and take advantage of it.


  1. October 11, 2008

    Looks like everybody (every super affiliate) uses Shoe’s tools. Maybe it’s time I should give them a go.

  2. October 11, 2008

    The presentations looks really impressive. I didn’t have the chance to try them yet, but I will.

  3. October 12, 2008

    Looks like I’ll be going ahead with this also, but wondering what Shoe benefits from this? Perhaps is the keyword queries/landing pages in his DB…I think he needs to mention that he won’t use this data.

    Are there any free tools similar to this?

  4. October 12, 2008

    What do you think on PPCBully?

  5. October 12, 2008

    Looks interesting.

  6. October 12, 2008

    I’m surprised you are not using the shoemoney affiliate links on this post, is shoe still offering a reduced (what it should be without monthly billing) rates on new sign ups?
    I like the idea of the service but don’t like the idea of monthly billing especially for many tools that are free online. Besides that, if you sign up to this service, you are providing shoe with all your profitable ideas, keywords use and so on….I don’t see any agreement that he or any related companies will not use these in the future. By signing up, you are now paying to give the shoemoney corp any rights to use your research to their own needs. Great business model for the owners but not for the users.

  7. October 12, 2008

    Is this just another way for him to make more money? Too bad you can’t get a referral link out of it.

  8. c0py
    October 13, 2008

    ^– dude above

    you say free web designs, but on your website there is a “request a quote” button, why would you need a quote for something that is free?

  9. jack
    October 13, 2008

    It looked like a bunch of free tools that he aggregated.. wasn’t great.

  10. October 13, 2008

    Just wondering if the mis-spelling of his name in the title is intentional or not?

  11. October 14, 2008

    At the moment it is probably more cost effective to do all this stuff manually, but maybe in the future Shoemoney Tools may be a good investment.

  12. October 15, 2008

    take a guess

  13. October 15, 2008

    Shoe’s tools are pricey but def worth a shot for any webmaster!

  14. October 15, 2008

    It’s just tough to justify paying for more tools when there are so many free SEO tools on the internet.

  15. October 17, 2008

    I’ll say intentional. What do you think?!

  16. Joe Sterling
    October 17, 2008

    hi shoemoney!

  17. October 18, 2008

    The one thing though that still lingers in the back of my mind, and with some others is what he does with all of the data? He can easily use it to find undiscovered niche’s, keywords, etc that others have found. You can become an affiliate to sell his tools I believe, and he was giving out a coupon for like 80% off for the first month.

  18. Spades
    October 19, 2008

    The tools suck right now, half don’t work, and others are available for free if you know were to look.

  19. Murali
    October 20, 2008

    Hey paul I would like to see a post on how you invest your money. Like do you keep it all in the bank ? Is it safe to keep it in the bank ? (or) Where else do you invest it ?

  20. October 23, 2008

    The tools are weak and almost all can be found for free somewhere on the internet.

  21. October 28, 2008

    It’s just tough to justify paying for more tools when there are so many free SEO tools on the internet.

  22. October 29, 2008

    I haven’t had a chance to check this out yet but then again, I haven’t been to his site that often recently.


  23. November 15, 2008

    Looks like a decent tool to use. I’m curious about about the ad generator. Probably I just click over to his site and see it for myself. Thanks for the review.


  24. November 28, 2008

    Not so sure about this one. I think there are better tools on the market to be frank.

  25. December 5, 2008

    There are so many free SEO tools on the market. And the paid tools are very advanced. Sometimes I wonder if SEO guys create tools just to help get backlinks to their site. I realize that is somewhat cynical.

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