Just noticed something interesting from this question where the question was closed because of being a duplicate of this question. The asker then re-opened the new question after editing the older question's title to make it appear different from the new question, rather than changing the new question. Even though the title of one was changed, neither really changed.
I was not clever enough to consider this on my own, so I'm asking if this pattern (editing another question) is one I could follow to clarify why my own questions are unique in order to have them re-opened?
(Question stems from my own experiences running into Stack Exchange's notorious question-closing disputes before...)