Originally Posted by probannerdesigns
yourname (at) sitename dot com is one option to avoid the spam bots
Yes, but that's for when we need to know your email address, but here we don't, so simply replacing it with email@example.com
is a superior option.
(note that when such a method as you are mentioning becomes common, spam bots can be adjusted to pick up on it anyway, so the best suggestion is to use some creativity - use a mix of "(", "<", "[", "-" and other symbols you think are clear, replace both the @ and the .s, if you are using a common email provider, leave out the the TLD (eg. [at> gmail
- without the com-part), and one of the more extreme meaures is to add something like <remove this>
to your email address, which humans can pick up, but bots can't)