I posted about the fact that high rep users weren't asking enough questions before. However, that post hasn't really gotten more people to post questions.

So, does anyone have any good ideas on how to motivate high rep users to post more questions. A community add might work, but I have the feeling that we're going to need more than that.

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    I've got a question in mind, but I'm thinking how to phrase it, without it being too open ended and promoting discussion. The trouble is I know the rules too well! – paulmorriss Feb 6 '12 at 9:09

I've been busying myself looking at the 200 or so unanswered questions we have floating about - getting some of those knocked out might help our cause somewhat?

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  • Yes, good idea. It actually says 634 questions. Note that about half that number have answers, but the answers are not upvoted. See here. So it would also be a good idea to upvote all good answers you see on those questions! – DisgruntledGoat Feb 7 '12 at 23:07
  • @DisgruntledGoat I had a bash at a few over the weekend, there are quite a few decent questions there, looking at the view count they do appear to attract people via search engines – toomanyairmiles Feb 7 '12 at 23:09

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