This seems to be a question that always crops up. Mainly round the idea of creating an active forum.
And my response has always been
- Think about the question
- Make it simple and succinct.
- Try and reduce the jargon and give enough of a background to the issue.
And last week I was shown the F theory which is used to design content for web pages and it seems to fit the structure of how I would ask a question.
As a reader you do not wanta a large chunk of text.
So by following the F theory and keeping it simple, short and bullet pointing will this help
So my question is, how do you go about asking a good question?