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There are three important aspects of a question post at Stack Exchange, and you shouldn't neglect any of them. They are the title, the question body, and the tags. Title This is the advertising for your question. This is what people will see in the question list on Stack Exchange, as well as in the search results in web searches such as from Google. The ...


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There are two ways to generally ask questions of this nature. The Good and the Bad. How NOT to ask questions that may require a web app recommendation: "What is the best {category} app?" "List of sites that do {some function}" or, closely related: "Is there something that does {some function}" "What is an alternative to {some app}?" These questions ...


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This warning has been turned on network wide, but the block has only been turned on on a few - Web Apps wasn't one of them (at the time of writing). On the sites where the block is enabled, it's not a final warning but a "hey, pay attention you need to change how you ask questions" message. If you take note of what we're trying to tell you an improve your ...


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You have asked two questions previously. The first question was asked on 28th October 2011 and was closed as not a real question. The second question was asked on 17th June 2014 and was closed and migrated to StackOverflow as it was about programming. Both of these questions have now been deleted. So overall your profile doesn't look that great 2 deleted ...


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I believe that this text, without the tag and Tag Wiki provision, is the standard verbiage on all of the sites besides Stack Overflow proper and its sister sites in other languages, as you have pointed out. As such, this proposal would probably be better addressed on a network-wide level. I am not aware of any data that substantiate whether the additional ...


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More than likely, someone who shares your network has been asking poorly-received questions. From What can I do when getting “We are no longer accepting questions/answers from this account”? My account is in good standing. Why am I still blocked? The ban also takes in account the IP address. If you browse from a shared computer, or from a location that ...


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