The best way to get in touch with me is by email. Email's brilliant. I do read all the messages I get, and I respond to most things if I can.
For most correspondence, my address is email@example.com — and I do like getting messages! However, if you want to talk about...
- Speaking engagements: if you'd like me to talk at an event or conference, email Diana Boulter at DBA Speakers, firstname.lastname@example.org, who handles all my speaking gigs.
- YouTube networks: I'm happily with ChannelFlip, but thanks for your interest!
I have an active Twitter account at @tomscott. I try to answer when people @reply me there, but it sometimes gets away from me. If you need to contact me reliably, email me - it's a much better way!
I don't do "please retweet"s, charity chain messages, donation drives, and so on. I've got no way of checking the veracity of charity appeals or crowdfunding campaigns, and I also don't want to prioritise some messages over others. ("Hey, you sent that message out, why not ours?!").
I have a Facebook page, but that's generally a very bad way to reach me. Messages can easily go astray there!
While I do have an active YouTube account, I'm not likely to see anything you send through its private message system.