This is a follow up question to this older question: How can I use my dominance of the software industry to get my customers to worship an eldritch abomination that they don't believe in?
Hastur, the king in yellow, wants to cross over into the mortal realm. To do this, he must depend on human worship to provide him with the power he needs. He has studied human history in order to find the best and fastest way to gain followers. He ultimately decides to use social media, a medium that reaches the most people around the world.
He creates a worldbuilding website in which people can discuss aspects about their world and ask questions that they are having trouble with. After they sign up and agree to a long acknowledgement contract that hastur knows nobody will read, a person will be allowed to post questions about the world they are building. Other members can up vote or down vote these questions through a system of karmic points, and give their best answers they believe will solve the problem. These answers can also be voted on by others. Questions and answers must meet certain regulations and stay within established guidelines. They must be specific, be of a particular quality, and cannot be duplicates of other previous questions.
To the outside world, this site is just a fun way to build a community and help would - be world builders create their best project. However, the truth is far more sinister. In the contract that an individual signs is a stipulation clause which states that they sell their souls to hastur upon agreement, enslaving them to him for all eternity. The karma points are a form of worship from humans that feeds the yellow king. The more up votes a question gets, the more powerful he becomes, the closer he gets to his goal.
Hastur has created a team of "moderators" to govern his site. This is a group of elected individuals who have been chosen by the king in yellow to regulate the questions and comments to prune good ones from bad. Questions that do not meet the guidelines of the site are closed and deleted after a number of days, and will no longer be able to be voted on regardless of popularity.
The question is: if the goal of Hastur is to gain power through points, why would he be picky about quality and delay his plans? Since he feeds off points regardless of quality, why would he limit the kind of worship he gets?