I've been getting a little more frustrated with the SE network lately as some questions are closed or down voted without further explanation.
I'm assuming that the regular course of action for protesting would be to use Meta, however, whenever I see a meta protest, that user gets further down votes and gets slammed by the same mods that closed their original question.
What is a good way to "respectfully" protest their closed questions, receive constructive feedback, and ultimately STILL find the answer they were originally looking for?
As an aside, not to be confused with the original content of this question, I'm asking because I have a closed question that I'd hope to protest on meta.programmers. My question here was closed as a duplicate. However, my question is "what is the best approach" where the supposed duplicate is "are there benefits".