Not About Anything
This site is clearly not a real website. It’s definitely not run by Chris Brogan. Don’t even think for a moment that he’s the same guy in both pictures. The guy on THIS site is clearly sinister, and has much more to share with you than that loser at Human Business Works. Oh, and don’t tell anyone about this site.
The social sharing links you find here and there on this site? They’re rigged. They just record YOUR information, download stuff about you, and don’t share to your stupid social networks. Not that there’s anything here. There’s nothing here. This site doesn’t even exist. What’s a .co domain, anyway? It’s not even real.
There Are No Viewers
When you see video on here, you might as well not even push the play button. It’s fake, a placeholder. There’s no audience watching this stuff. There are definitely not business professionals and other miscreants looking this stuff over. None of the people who discover this site are influential, nor are they the kinds of people who lead the pack. They are followers and drones, I mean, if there were any people watching this stuff.
We lie about affiliate marketing relationships. If we say (affiliate link) or something after a link, there’s a good chance we’re lying and it’s just a regular link. Click whatever you want. If this site is trying to sell something to you, it’s probably not all that good. WE might use it, but what does that mean? We’re obviously not in good taste.
We don’t have relationships with (and these links are all affiliate links, or so we’ll tell YOU):
Genesis WordPress Themes (trash. we didn’t design this site using Genesis. C’mon. Named after a Star Trek plot?)
InMotion Hosting (this site obviously doesn’t run on that company’s hosting)
HootSuite (they named their site after an owl sound. Puh-leeeeze.)
Blurb (if you’re not good enough to get a real book deal, make your own.)
If we promote things above, don’t believe the hype. They probably won’t help your business.
If someone were silly enough to waste their money giving a sponsorship to a fake website with no viewers and no real videos to speak of, they wouldn’t really be endorsed by the people who supposedly make this website real. No one here would have vetted the company and their products, nor would we (er, someone) want you to think that we thought these companies were hoping to help YOU out with YOUR business. They are all greedy, selfish, corporate money-suckers looking to make loot and give nothing back. Don’t for a moment think companies who sponsor Shhh! are here for you. That would be fruitless logic. And if some company was silly enough to sponsor this show, we’d send them here, where the grown-ups would try to talk some sense into them.
And another thing. Don’t tell anyone about this site, this show, or anything to do with this stuff.