# User consistently posting low-quality questions

I have just found a user who has posted about 70 questions on this site, all very short with missing punctuation and so on, and with very poor titles. Several times questions have been closed, and sometimes the user posts the same question he/she posted before. Despite the closures, the user has a net positive ~300 reputation.

I have spent the last 30 minutes editing his/her questions and left a few comments telling him/her to check out "How to ask a good question" on meta, etc. But I am worried that given the user's history, he/she will not learn from my comments. I would like something to be done so that we do not just have consistently more bad questions from this user. What else can I do?

(I expected that this has been asked before on meta, but I can't find a duplicate.)

• Related and related. These specifically deal with users consistently posting low quality answers, but I think the advice given applies equally here. – Najib Idrissi Aug 11 '15 at 17:38
• @NajibIdrissi I ask this separately because in the past, people have told me they don't see low-quality answers as nearly as much of a problem, and I agree. Because low-quality answers can just be downvoted or ignored. But low-quality questions, even with absolutely horrendous titles like "matrix question", often attract high-quality answers and become representative questions for the site. – 6005 Aug 11 '15 at 17:40
• This question is at the very least strongly related. – user642796 Aug 11 '15 at 19:09
• The tag post-ban covers users who may be banned either from new questions or new answers. – hardmath Aug 12 '15 at 14:40