After diving into the perfect contact page earlier this week, I thought that some examples were in order. So, I went through some of the Alt Speaker’s pages to find seven stand out contact pages.
- Mel of You Are My Fave keeps things very simple with only five sentences – she includes her email address and explains who should contact her and why.
- PJ of A Girl Named PJ spells out for her readers that the email submission box goes right to her inbox and that all emails will be answered as soon as possible.
- Ashlee of Ashlee Marie explains that her family comes first and that emails are answered once a month at her convenience. Such an honest way to prioritize and keep things manageable.
- Tiffany of The Tiffany Han states who should NOT email her and why.
- Erin of Earnest Home Co. breaks it down into categories – wholesale, returns, press inquires, and advertising.
- Jess from Rain to Shine keeps it really simple with an email and submission box.
- And, Rachel of Handmade Charlotte adds links to her social media as a way to communicate with her along with an email.
Of course, every blog community, business, and situation is different so it is best to take a good long look at what there is to offer and who might be wanting to get in contact.