For the "unclear what you're asking" hold reason, the lack of quotation marks makes the phrasing in the "on hold" box confusing and awkward:
put on hold as unclear what you're asking by definitely made me read twice (I expect that for people new to the site, and not used to seeing close reasons, it would seem like broken English or even spam). Adding quotation marks, to make it
put on hold as "unclear what you're asking" by makes more immediate sense to me. Another alternative is to italicize the close reason or otherwise distinguish it from the rest of the text.
As animuson noted in the comments, the simplest solution might be to shorten "unclear what you're asking" to simply "unclear": "what you're asking" seems unnecessary, and no other hold reason uses "you" in the title.