Currently I asked a question and it hasn't received any attention. It is nowadays similalr for all my questions. Currently, only $2$ people visited my question although it is not a bad question at all compared to the others which are currently listed..
At a guess, the question you refer to is Comparing the relative entropies of some stochastically ordered distributions
There are two things which provide a disincentive for me to look at that question.
Firstly, the title is using lots of notation, not all of which is familiar to me. On looking at the question, it seems that $D(f|g)$ isn't even standard notation (and you don't use it anywhere in the question, instead using $D(f, g)$!). If you can use a succinct title with minimal notation, and that extremely standard, you might find that fewer people are scared away.
Secondly, when I hover over the question the first words I see are "Question 1". That immediately raises all kinds of negative suspicions. It's probably going to be a long and boring series of questions. The asker might well not have put much effort into distilling out the part they're having trouble with. It might even be someone who wants other people to do their homework.
There are lots of questions and everyone has limited time. If you want your questions to attract attention it's good to have a clear title and a single, clear, question. Showing the motivation of the question and the effort you've put in also help.