One time I asked, "What was your first kiss like?". Two opinions. "How should I move past this?". 0 opinions. "Are these signs of attraction?" 0 opinions. I thought this site was about helping people with their relationship problems, is it not? Am I mistaken?
Most Helpful Guy
Bad luck, dudette. One would assume that even if you get some mild recognition on this site like I have then you would have more answers but I've had my fair share of empty questions.
But my advice is to think hard on how you word it, make it into something anyone would want to read, and post it in a time of the day when there's a lot of traffic.0
Most Helpful Girl
It could be because of a number of things:
-Your age. Some people will completely ignore under 18 users because they don't respect them or don't think they should be on this site, or whatever.
-Asking anonymously. Not sure if you ask your questions as anon or not, but I think there's something about asking publicly that will draw more peoples' attention.
-Not enough details? Sometimes it's harder to answer questions when it's just a sentence, without any context. On the flipside, if your questions are too long, just big huge blocks of texts or if the grammar is poor, many people will pass right over the question and not even bother trying to read it.
-Time of day you ask your question. It can be tricky to predict sometimes but certain times are definitely busier than others. If you ask your question when the site is slow and not a lot of people seem to be on, chances are your question will be overlooked and slowly pushed away out of the feeds.
-Before your question was hidden (which I still don't understand) I WAS going to say that there was no incentive to be quick to answer, but now they've brought back the feature where you earn Xper for being the first of your gender to answer, soo... maybe you'll start to see some more activity on your questions.
-Simple bad luck. It happens to all of us.4