Is it true that you need to make sure your questions are spelled correctly and elaborate otherwise they won't be answered?
The "Old" Blurtit rules requested (actually pretty much insisted) that questions were of reasonable standard of English, Grammar, Syntax and spelling with no textspeak.
This request was pretty much ignored by all and sundry and this resulted in some pretty poor exchanges.
I think I detect a slight change in the mood at Blurtit, with a genuine hope that questions (in particular) are reasonably well-presented.
It goes without saying that a better constructed question will, generally-speaking, get a better answer.
Spelled close enough and elaborate enough that someone knows what you are talking about.
No text abreviations!
Not necessarily but it is perferred as it makes it much easier for people to be able to read and understand and also so that other blurters can easily know what you are asking and can easily answer it and give you the best answer possible.