Before you ask, yes, I have read this topic from the help center.
With that out of the way, I would like to ask how to make exemplary answers, that gets everybody to want to upvote your answer.
There seems to be a trend that answers tend to be up-voted a lot more, or around equal to the questions, such as this one and this one. However, I have noticed that my median question votes (24.5 votes, as of right now) is higher than my highest voted answer (19 votes, as of right now).
I find this a little bit confusing, as answers tend to gain higher votes than my questions, as I said previously, despite me having more than 3 times more answers than questions.
So, how does one give an exemplary answer worthy of many upvotes?
I highly discourage people going to my questions and answers and upvoting them, as the nature of this question is about how to answer things well, not to ask for upvotes (and would feel very guilty if this question attracted attention to my posts).