Sharing is caring.

Sharing is caring…



How can you support The JHN Files?

Share stuff.

Seriously, that’s it.

If you come across something you like on this site, or that you find thought-provoking, for whatever reason, consider sharing it with your friends, your followers, your subscribers… whatever the case may be.

Engaging in self-promotion makes feel like the worst person on the planet; it makes me want to crawl into a deep, dark hole and never come out, but the simple fact is that nothing helps a site such as this more than getting its content in front of as many people as possible.

This site is a platform for me to talk about things I like (and things I dont…); I enjoy running it so much that I’d carry on doing so even if mine were the only eyes to ever see it, but, when it comes right down to it, the site is at its best when it helps connect me with people who share similar interests, when it fosters discussion — even with those who see things differently. Obviously, it can’t do that if no one sees it.

Something that might not be so obvious, though, is that running the site takes time. Lots of time. And most of us like to be compensated for spending it. So, while sharing and engaging with posts is doing more than enough, I’ve also set up a PayPal page that will allow readers to make financial donations. 

I’d like to make it clear, though, that this isn’t a request for donations: it’s simply putting the option out there. I’m well aware that not everyone can afford to spend their money so freely, which is why I want to stress again what I said above: sharing and engaging is all readers ever need do. In most cases, it means much, much more than financial support ever could.

If, however, you would like to support the site financially, then you can do so by clicking here. Any donations received will go towards the maintenance of the site — hosting fees, for example — and the continued creation of its content.

Questions? Feel free to get in touch using the site’s contact form, or via any of the associated social accounts.

Since this post was first published, a Ko-fi link has been added, too.



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