90% of people who ask for feedback here (eg. landing page feedback) do 2 things that are total opposite.
Their landing page is full with features, benefits for the end user.
Their IndieHackers thread is full of "me me me yes I me me me me try thanks" words.
Imagine if your landing page was like your IndieHackers thread. Your conversion rate would be 0.000%.
So why are you then surprised if your IH thread gets 0 replies?
I've noticed the most successful threads here on IndieHackers are the ones where the person who opened it OFFERED SOMETHING (in return).
For example: "I'll roast your landing page if you roast mine". Threads offering reciprocity.
I've also noticed that some founders found a way to "customize" their product to IH needs and offered that.
For example: If I have a SaaS for generating logos automatically, instead of asking:
"Hey guys, I made xyzlogocreator, check it out and give me feedback in the following order a) b) c) d)", you ask:
"Post your product name here and I'll generate a cute logo of it"
Just because you're asking something in a different context (a forum post) doesn't mean you have to throw all universal value-giving principles out of the window.
Just my 2 cents.