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Old 05-15-2014, 12:53 AM
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Why Should You Care About Your Questioning ?

I have many people in my community who just kept asking questions and even they don't know what they are talking about :/
So What do you think when and how should i ask questions to the people ?
mmm...

I my thinking you should a question when you already know the answer of the question a little bit and you should know how you gonna handle the answer you got from your question

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Old 05-16-2014, 09:55 AM
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It is a smart thing. Or maybe you could ask and then make a simple research! Nothing is really true if you think a little. How correct an answer can be?
 
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One thing I've noticed on this forum is that a lot of questions/OPs aren't given enough context. Something like "How to do SEO for my site?".

First off, very broad questions which have been tackled by many sites such as "How to drive traffic?" "How to make money online?" etc. are unlikely to generate too much useful discussion because there is no secret answer. It would require an essay to attempt to answer "How to drive traffic to my site" and a lot of work on your part. There won't be a post which suddenly gives you the keys to the kingdom.

Secondly, even more specific questions will often be almost un-answerable without context. Questions like: What color should I use for my nav menu? Need context to be useful.

I think useful questions would look something like:

Here is my site: example.com. I'm going for an all natural, organic type of feel and I'm wondering if the background gradient I'm using does a good job of that?

Hopefully this wasn't too ranty!
 
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I agree with a previous poster. Questions should have some specificity to them. Otherwise, it's either answered in a different context than you are expecting. Also, I would hope that you've done research before asking unless you really need opinions or a better understanding.
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I agree. There are definitely way too many vague questions asked around here.
 
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