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Questions related to activity on the site (new questions, promoting answers, voting) and how to increase it.

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I see several thinks we can do now: Increase our answer ratio, which has consistently been at 2.0 instead of 2.5. With the current number of questions, that would required adding around 400 answers …
answered Aug 22 '17 by AModHasNoName
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Over at Unix Stack Exchange, there is a meta post from 2011 (when that site was still in beta) about Beta progress, importance of reputation, and voting. Below is part of what Michael Mrozek's answe …
answered Aug 23 '17 by AModHasNoName
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In order to get out of beta, our site must consistently get 10 new questions per day. According to my own measures (for the last 11 months), we have gotten between 0.4 and 1.4 questions per day, and m …
asked Oct 20 '17 by AModHasNoName
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Our site has reached another milestone: on 31 December 2018 we have been in public beta for 1000 days! What have we achieved since the previous reviews at 500 days and at our first birthday? Ques …
asked Dec 31 '18 by AModHasNoName
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On the first of August, Stack Exchange launched the 29 oldest beta sites. These were sites that had been in beta for at least 7 years. Stack Exchange realised that 10 questions per day is not realisti …
answered Aug 19 by AModHasNoName
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This is a difficult question. The site has competition from language-specific StackExchange sites (German Language, Chinese Language, English Language Learners, etc.), many websites and blogs about …
answered Jul 27 '16 by AModHasNoName
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First Ten to a Get an Inquisitive Badge Christophe Strobbe (1 January 2017) AML (28 September 2018) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
answered Oct 20 '17 by AModHasNoName
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Over at Latin SE, they recently had a voting round for the best answers of the second quarter of 2017. I propose that we do something similar on LLSE. The reason is that voting has been rather low thi …
asked Jul 30 '17 by AModHasNoName