Using my question In an airliner, does the Captain or the First Officer fly the airplane? as an example, should we try to improve the future use of questions with the long view in sight?
When I first asked this question, the title question was "Who flies the plane?"
This, as asked, is a very ambiguous question. Who flies what plane? GA? Airliner? Did I mean if the crew was unconscious? Autopilot? Landing? Takeoff? In flight?
So, I know that once a user is 'inside' se, such as aviation.se, the user can browse based on tags, and the idea is to not repeat the tag's information, necessarily, within the title question. However, more and more, now that I'm a regular user of se, I'm noticing that quite often in a google search there will be se questions showing up in the search results.
If I left my question as is, then if/when it showed up in a google search, the searcher would have no idea of the internal meaning of the question. So, I modified my question's title from "Who flies the plane?" to "In an airliner, between the Captain and the First Officer, who flies the plane?"
So my question for discussion is, should we (the regular users) make an effort to reword questions with the view of how they are used and viewed from within SE only, or from the view of where a user might find them externally, such as Bing or Google search results?