In the (not so rare) cases where a question was closed as a duplicate even though it was not, the right course of action is to act the question for a third time. This time - underlying differences and focus; linking the existing "duplicates" and telling how they don't answer what you need. It works.
Also, don't treat every single closure as a "punishment".
"Duplicate" closures mean people still get the correct answer (at the original question) but they still provide alternative paths to find it.
"Migration" closures mean there are people better qualified to answer that elsewhere, so you're better off going there.
"Too broad" closures - you really won't obtain a comprehensive answer because it's impossible; it would require a library, not an answer entry. In these cases Either split your question into smaller, bite-sized chunks or explicitly ask for a shallow, broad summary of the topic.
Also, before you ask a question that has numerous possible answers, think how are you going to pick that single "correct" one. If you know some quality that would let you choose, include it. If you don't - you should really rethink your question.
Also, in case "is there any...?" type of questions, don't hesitate to state "this is a yes/no question, I'm not asking to list all, just drop me any single example or 'none' if there is none." Some mods are allergic to list questions and unless you narrow it down sufficiently, it will be closed. Same about short, closed lists - if the list goes on and on with no way to find its tail, the question is too broad. But if the list is like "which out of these five?" then its answer will not exceed five items and it should be perfectly acceptable. And sometimes people forget "none" is a valid answer, it's good to remind that in the question.
Last but not least, each site has its chat. If you have trouble formulating a neat question, you can drop in and ask for help there. Not for answer as such, but help in phrasing your question right.