Hi @willemn I hope you don’t mind me chiming in here.
I’m in no way trying to teach you how to do your job, or build websites, or anything like that. Please don’t take this comment the wrong way. It’s just based on my nearly 20 years experience not so much as a website builder but as someone who have owned quite a few large and small scale online retail businesses in those 20 years.
If someone wants to contact you, within reason, they will.
There is a tendency to strive to make the act of making contact as simple as possible, and that is a good goal. But those who have a genuine reason to make contact will, providing the act of contacting is fairly easy: A link to a contact page or as I do a lot, a contact form a the foot on all pages, is in my opinion fine.
What I’m saying is those who start to try to start to contact and are not willing to visit a dedicated page, are often such low quality leads you most likely don’t want to hear from them.
I’m explaining myself poorly, and as I say, I’m not trying to tell others how to do things, I’m just passing on what I’ve learnt after a lot of years doing this.