When a question is closed, the asker often doesn't realize that they can edit their question and get it re-opened. I've often seen well-intentioned people just re-post their question when they should have edited the original. I suggest we add some text on the page (perhaps only for the asker?) that spells out what their next steps should be.
For example, if the close reason was "Not a real question", it should say
- edit this question by clicking the edit link to make it clearer what you are asking
If the close reason was "Too subjective" it could say
- edit this question [blah blah blah] to make it more objectively answerable
There should be an attempt to make it blindingly clear exactly how the user is expected to go about solving their problem. Telling them to read the faq is apparently not sufficient.
It would also be nice if there was a way for new users, with closed questions, to ask for help in the chat room. They can't do this now if they have no rep.