Advice for Job Seekers on this board29 users found helpful
1) When a company asks for something as simple as an email address and you fail to provide it, it shows that you can't even follow simple instructions which kills your chances of being hired.
2) Whether I had asked for it or not, to not make it easy for a potential employer to contact you shows a lack of thought. The candidate I thought looked best based on their work provided no way for my employer to contact them. It's an unnecessary obstacle that an employer doesn't have time to deal with. (One person didn't provide an email address which shows inability to follow instructions, but at least they provided a phone number so we could call them.)
Not tying to me mean. Just some friendly advice.
P.S. All but one candidate provided me with their Skype handle. What's up with that? I assure you that real world businesses outside the tech sector do not use Skype like it was just a simple phone call. (Maybe for a formal 2nd interview, maybe.)
Frankly I suggest to use a contact info footer and copy paste it in all messages we send.