Why isn't this question of mine valid? How can asking with out any evidence be valid but providing a link to my website not be?
The entirety of your question was:
On my site it would be nice if people would be able to upload videos so content could be shared for free. What upgrades should I do to achieve this? Also does anyone know an algorithm to detect network speed or compression method for video files streamed across a broadband?
This was closed as Not A Real Question which has:
It's difficult to tell what is being asked here. This question is ambiguous, vague, incomplete, overly broad, or rhetorical and cannot be reasonably answered in its current form.
One of the overriding tenets of the SE network is, "Do your research". The community isn't here to do your job for you; we're here to help if you run into a wall. There is no effort shown in your question about what you have tried. All we have to work with is, "My goal is X. How do I achieve it?". This is far too broad to be answerable. What platform are you using? Is it proprietary? What programming problem are you trying to resolve? You need to provide much more information in order for it to even be reasonably answerable, such as, "I'm trying to implement a video upload feature, but I'm running into a problem. I've narrowed the problem down to . Why isn't this working?".
As for the link in your question, you're using it as a substitute for providing enough information about your site in order for the question to be answerable. If you have to follow a link to get enough information to answer the question, it's a bad question. Based on your previous (and deleted) questions, it seems like you're spamming SO with your site link, so it's being deleted out of your questions (those that survive, anyways).
I'd recommend narrowing your question to a specific issue you're having trouble with, as "What upgrades should I do to achieve this?" is far too broad. You should also show some effort in your question, show us what you've tried to figure out on your own.
If you can narrow it down, and make a good faith effort to figure it out on your own, maybe it will get re-opened.