Martial Arts SE just got our first community ads a few months ago. The requirement is that in order for an ad to be shown, it must have at least 6 votes. However, I'm sure I speak for many small networks site users when I say that that's not going to happen. For many smaller SE sites, the number of users, let alone the percentage of those users that use meta, is too low for 6 votes. On MA SE, there are three different answers with 2 votes each, and it's been like that for at least two months. Is there any way for sites with less users to have a lower requirement for votes on community ads?
UPDATE: After some helpful input, I asked this question on my local meta. Looks like the moderators don't believe that this should be raised up to S.E., but believe that I need to promote these ad suggestions throughout the community.
UPDATE: After extensive advertising for the ads (I know, it's pretty ironic), my submission's score actually got zeroed out but one of the others gained one a vote. This is somewhat of a disappointment, because I did everything that the moderators suggested and the only thing that came out was a submission that has been sitting there for three months gaining one extra vote. And yet it has the highest score of the three ads posted but it only has half of what is needed. Even though this post now has a "status declined" tag, I do believe that this is an issue and I hope that it will eventually get fixed.