Vote/flag based on the content, not on the user. If people are downvoting or flagging this because of who posted, that is user targeting, which is against the rules on Stack Exchange sites. If the post is on-topic, not spam (or doesn't fail to provide attribution in the case of a product recommendation), it shouldn't matter whether the poster is new, Jon ...


Your answer is what on SE sites is called "link only". As the moderator pointed out, we've got some quality guidelines here. If you read them, and incorporate some improvements with your answer, it can be undeleted. Just flag it for moderator attention when done.


You need to have personal experience with software that you recommend, as per the answer quality guidelines. Your answer essentially falls in the 'I Googled your query and found this' section as of right now - even if you filtered them manually. You should at least comment on everything you recommend - even "this works great" is enough in my book. ...

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