Do you get spam on your organization’s email account? There might be a really simple reason for it: your email address printed fully on your website somewhere. The problem with that is that there are “email harvester” scripts out there that will search websites for those and add them to spam lists. That is bad.
So how can you prevent this?
1. Add a contact form to you site. Those are usually pretty easy to get going. On WordPress there’s a ton of those. Here’s a simple example of one. For a conventional website a simple Google search will reveal a bunch. Personally I’m not a huge fan of contact forms, though. When someone has one on their site it just seems very impersonal and off-putting. I suppose if you’re a huge company or celebrity you may not want people to send a direct email to you, but outside of that, they don’t make too much sense to me.