By Aditya Shukla, Psychology Author
No one likes monotony. Try out sentence structures that vary with words, grammar, tone, and emphasis.
Too many words work against your reader's attention span. You don't want the reader to forget before the sentence completes.
Showcase your idea with a real or fictional story. Giving it name, face, and motivation.
Your audience has a preferred style. Use that. Learn what they prefer before editing. Don't violate their expectation too much.
Humans love emotions, they are the glue to an idea. Use specific emotion words so your reader feels them.
Metaphors are the access point to a new idea. Use known metaphors to help your reader understand your point.
An engaging write-up needs sensory words that evoke imagination with sound, vision, touch, taste, and smell descriptions.
The words this thing, that stuff, this is... are boring. Use specific nouns. Read up to know what "thins" and "stuff" is actually called.
Notice good words and sentences. Learn new metaphors and idioms. Experiment using what you find interesting.