I'm sure we've all seen numerous cases where questions get closed within seconds (and sometimes only because the closers haven't really understood the question). Others have voiced their concern about this on meta as well:
- Reopen Question incorrectly closed as Duplicate?
- Are there better alternatives to closing questions?
Whether they are correctly or incorrectly closed, the question is often edited to improve it, or users comment on why it's not a duplicate etc...
But by this time the question is already long ignored, and falling off the front page. Casting reopen votes are from what I've seen mostly futile.
So my question is, would it be beneficial to bump questions whenever they receive a reopen vote, so there's a chance that the well-intentioned poster actually gets a response to his/her question?