Usually when I post a question on Math SE, I like to provide the work that I have contributed to the problem. This is so that people don't think I am simply stating my question and assuming there will be people that spend their time writing a long and detailed answer. I recently asked a question which I intended to post my own solution to.
Notice: I posted the question in case it helped someone figure out a similar problem or inspired someone to solve a similar problem.
However, since I was going to answer my own question, I did not provide any insight into the solution in my question. Unfortunately, while I was writing my answer, the question became ill-received.
When I make questions I intend to answer in the future, how should I structure them to make it look like I am putting work into the question so it can be better received in the future?
Here is a link to the question in mind: Question