Contact Me

The best way to get me is really:

  • Via LinkedIn messaging.  I have a mental-block around email, FB, and IG messages…but LI remains one last way that I might actually read a message.  So, here’s my profile on LI.  Just make sure to wait 4 or 5 days, and please bring value.  Meaning, plan to rise above the noise.

  • If you’re a journalist, blogger, or podcaster, try me at shawnb {[[a.,.t}]] happypublishing {[d..o,,,t..}]] {c’.o’.,.m.,;}} and make sure your subject line is clear, or else it’ll get lost in the 100 other ways people are hitting me up. 🙂 

Sorry I’m not more helpful.  I’m too busy living life!


    • Dragu Ionut
    • October 1, 2015

    Hello. You have an amazing facebook page. I can’t get enough of it. How long ago did you created? What’s the story of the facebook page?


    Dragu Ionut

    1. Reply

      Hi Dragu,
      There’s nothing special about the story of my FB page. I started it years ago, back when THIS website was popular & successful. I had only about 45,000 followers for a long time. Then suddenly, I started growing by 10k to 14k new followers per day, until I reached over 2 million. Now it’s only 10k per week. 🙁

      I’m happy you like the page. Keep visiting; I’ll watch for your name to show up in the comments. -Shawn

    • tooba
    • July 17, 2016

    hi….. i wanted to ask a rather different question i am not sure if i should ask here…….. but how was your experience running a motivational site? did it cover its costs through affiliate sales and advertisements or were you thrown into a financial loss trying to maintain it?

    1. Reply

      Hi Tooba. I imagine you’re commenting here because you already tried to email me & I didn’t reply? If so, sorry. I haven’t checked my email in 2 months. I’m terrible.

      Anyway, no, there’s never a loss. Running a website is so cheap, you could never lose money. $8 for a URL, $5/month or less for hosting. It’s so cheap. And if you work on promoting your site for at least an hour or 2 every day, it’s also very easy to get traffic, and then make money. I really don’t promote myself anymore, so I don’t make as much as I used to (I used to make good $$), but my traffic still pays some bills. It’s all from ads, though. I never figured out how to sell affiliate products. I just can’t do it. I can’t figure it out. Even when I had an email list of 35,000 subscribers, no one would buy from my recommendations. It was weird. But no I wish I had never shut down that previous email list! What was I thinking?!

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