I read a post about a site that blew up in terms of visitors because it was on a popular site. The developer had to deal with an overwhelming number of new visitors. One of the pains was the form submission. I never heard of the site. When I visited it, I saw a contact form on the bottom of the page.
However there was verbage that the contact form results were ignored. In fact, the form did not submit anything anywhere. Can you say fail? If you don't want feedback, then you don't have to have a place to submit feedback. But if you waste my time with a feedback form that you ignore, then guess what? I ignore you.
I won't even provide a link to this bozo's site. Don't want to drive any more traffic to it. Respect your visitors and users. Otherwise the bad karma will bite you in the end.
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