When people genuinely need advice or help, those questions usually get overlooked by pointless questions or troll questions. Why is that? Why does a question like: "Which ggirl is prettier?" Get more attention than a question like "Feeling depressed. Help me?" That makes no sense to me. I feel like that's the reason G@G put the question limit on the site.
Most Helpful Guy
Because its usually a long ass question written in one paragraph that will end up suckling me in. The problem with helping the needy is well they're needy. I don't need to get 20 messages a day from a person who is unwilling to help themselves again.2
Most Helpful Girl
i think people looking for genuine advice might want to word their question better to make it more appealing, as well as write the content in a very direct, concise and relatively short way so that whoever is looking at it will WANT to answer it. that usually helps. a title as brief as 'feeling depressed, help me?' unfortunately, would get skimmed over. maybe something more relatable will draw people in.
'have you ever been depressed? if so, what did you do to overcome it?'
something like that.1