I understand your frustration. I have submitted posts that seemed to be under serviced as well. From the stats below, although there have been over 100 views, there have only been 27 people who have view the thread. I would have expected more info from 27 people and yet it hasn't happened.
When I try to look at why, I have to start with the lack of pictures. A lot of the guys, and gals, here are quite busy. And as such, when the literally pop in for a quick look, their eyes are drawn to posts with a good supply of pictures. If the number of picts is lacking they go on to the next one. I know because i do this myself at times and I probably have lost good opportunities for learning by doing so, but the truth is I do.
In addition to having your pictures saved to the board for the future, posting here will increase the interest in your post. I love Lenzkirch clocks, have a few myself, and was interested in your question and premise. That is why I replied in the first place. I did go to your flicker account and looked at your pictures, which were pretty good pictures, I might add. The thing is, if your clock was a Junghans, or a Sessions, I might not take the time to go look at them because these are not brands I am currently highly interested in. That is not to say I don't like them or think they are not worthwhile clocks to collect and study, that is just not where my head is right now.
However, if there were more than 1 picture that I could look at WITHOUT leaving the board, I might take a little more time to look at the post and see if I could add anything or even study the thread to learn something for myself. It all depends on how busy or lazy I am at the moment. I might get back to look at a post I passed over again or maybe not. Unfortunately, that is the reality of the situation.
I absolutely agree with you that we need to attract new members. To that end, I talk about the clocks I love wherever I go, and I travel quite a bit. I also have TONS of pictures on my cell phone that I can show at a moments notice, and I do.
Hang in there. Keep loving clocks. Keep asking questions. Share what you can when you can. It will get better.