The Help Center page Can I support my product on this site? appears to have been written with Stack Overflow and other technology sites in mind. It does not make much sense in Help Centers of other sites (where it sits top-center among the topics):
Can I support my product on this site?
We get a lot of requests from product teams about how they can use Christianity Stack Exchange to support their communities. Christianity Stack Exchange works really well for technical support and we welcome this, within limits. If you follow a few simple guidelines then you, your users, and Christianity Stack Exchange can all benefit.
Christianity Stack Exchange is a community where users help users. Your customers are part of this mix. In fact, unless your product is brand new, we probably already have some questions about it, and possibly even a tag. In addition, search the site for your product name or other key words. Answer the existing questions, or if they already have good answers, vote those up. While you're here, look around for other questions you can help with (not just ones about your product). Participate in the site, learn the ropes, and build the reputation you'll need to gain important privileges like commenting, editing, and others.
Types of questions and where to ask:
- How do I? -- ask on Skeptics Stack Exchange (tell them what tags to use -- your product tag at minimum)
- I got this error, why? -- ask on Skeptics Stack Exchange