Previously, I wrote the following question Has anyone formally tested Josh Pellicer's theory on human sexual behavior?. This was a question I wrote with a lot of material from the work in question. This question contained 6 sub-questions to answer for an overarching one question. Oddly enough, the question received great attention, so I placed a bounty on it, and then I received a very well thought out answer which answered all sub-questions.
Then the Curious George that I am, I wrote another question What are the limitations of superconductors?, then I got into a lot of trouble. Mostly because I made an inappropriate comment: "Let's get inquisitive." I am sorry, I was listening to a lot of funky music over the weekend, while I was learning to program, and then I found myself getting down on my keyboard.
I think either the question did not have enough supporting material, no bounty placed, nonproductive commenting, or too many sub-questions. I know the question is on hold, so I will be unable to fix it in time, so what should I do in the future to avoid this issue?