Stop. You almost had it. If I am reading you right, your problem seems to be that you don't have much to say so your asking questions to get her to lead the conversation.
You'll have to come up with what to say. It takes a lot of practice and knowledge about your goal. You can start in your writing. For each post brainstorm how to write with fewer questions but in the right place. For instance:
Subject: Asking too many questions.
Message: I notice that I am asking too many questions. I would appreciate advice on how to not ask so many of them. I need to know when I should employ this technique. Also, I want to know why I should do it.
Any help would be much appreciated. (or can you guys help me out?)
You'll notice that making statements gives you control over the conversation. In fact if you stop without asking a question the girl will often stare blankly at you thinking about what you just said. Juxtapose this with starting with a question with a random stranger, not on a forum, which primes them to think about their shallow response.
You: Hey baby what's your sign?
Or a more realistic one.
You: What do you do for work?
Her: I write.
You: Cool. Do you come here often?
You: Can you answer questions with more than two syllables?
Her: I think I see my friends. Gotta go.
The other reason you want to use statements is because your priming that wonderfully intelligent brain of hers so that she'll think about what you just said. Then when you ask a question you get more than a two word response. You want her to think about things it's how you build attraction. You want her to talk with you it's how you build report. This is why we ask a question at the end not at the beginning, like "What do you think?" This question stimulates a thoughtful response given you had a thoughtful statement.
Did that help?
(I wonder if you see what I just did