Normally, I'd ask a question the following way: write up a short little intro, then actually ask the focus of the question.
However, that usually doesn't seem to A) attract visitors or B) attract upvotes/downvotes I understand my titles also might not be the best of titles, or the fact that the question doesn't fit the FAQ, but I try to word these questions to reflect the question being asked.
Now what I'm confused is about what constitutes a "great" question. You know, the questions that appear occasionally on the super drop-down collider, or questions that seem to garner a considerable amount of votes. I've seen questions that have brilliantly written poems in the beginning; questions that have quirky, thought provoking titles; questions that have a great deal invested into them. I'm not sure if that's going over the top, but that's definitely a surefire way to attract more attention.
If anything, I'd like to simply write a title, then simply ask the question out there, instead of posting any titles beforehand. I don't know if this seems like a no effort question, but what constitutes a great question? I know there's a difference between just "meh" questions and "amazing" questions, but I'm constantly stuck in between the easy route and the hard route. Should I be short and concise? Or should I add elaborate intros to improve the question?