You can send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
But first, a few notes:
Yes, I would be delighted to allow you to advertise your stuff on the Witchipedia, assuming it is a product that directly relates to our content. For example: ritual tools, symbolic jewelry, herbs, seeds, books, curios, magico-religious organizations and events, or other websites about magick and the occult. Send me an email, tell me what you are advertising, give me a link to your site and I will get back to you. However, I am not responding to general inquiries.
You can also add your link to the link Library. I will approve it if it’s relevant, I won’t if it’s not.
No, the Witchipedia is not interested in advertising on your site. I never have. I’m not selling anything. If you want to put a link on your page to the Witchipedia, that is awesome. Thank you.
I do not understand why people keep contacting me about sponsored posts. It states very clearly in the Writer’s Guidelines that you can link to your own stuff if it relates to the post you made. Isn’t that basically a sponsored post? But um. Free? Would you like to apply to be a writer? Read the Writer’s Guidelines and proceed. Do you want me to write about a certain topic and link it to your page? Sure. Maybe. When I get around to it. Would you like me to include a link to your page in an existing article? If it’s relevant, I’d be delighted to do so. If you would like to pay me, then send a donation or join my Patreon.
I really don’t want what I write about and how I write about it to be dictated by who is paying me to link to what page.
Errors, mistakes, disagreements
You can comment on any article. You don’t need to contact me directly to do so. You can if you like, but I am not embarrassed by being corrected or questioned in public. I consider public discussion to be educational and that is the whole point. Of course is the whole site has gone wonky, I hope someone will let me know ASAP!