5 Writing Skills to Engage your Readers

Updated: Aug 30, 2018

We all wish to have a positive reaction to the content we create. However, not all positive responses are made equal. In other terms, if you are endeavoring for something more than usual positive comments (‘nice post!), then you need to prompt an act.



Writing skills for engaging content



That means you need to stir an activity in the #readers. Trying to stir an action is an emotional conduct. It’s emotions that compel a person to act in a certain way. As a matter of fact, in Latin, emotion means ‘movement’ or ‘to move’, since emotions encourage our actions. Though, we don’t essentially wish to make them rage with fury or spurt into tears. The objective is not essential to get someone to sense, however rather to wish-and to act on that wish. There are several ways to acquire that.

1. Intense narration

Emotional #actions come when we confront a message that interacts with our current values. Attracting to the fundamental beliefs of your readers, how they perceive the world, their desires for the prospect is highly influential-if you actually produce an experience.


Looking back at Aristotle’s era, proficient persuaders realized the power of an intense storytelling. The point is that the narration must be so intense that it prompts an indirect exposure in which they can visualize the result of the story.


2. Start it low-gain momentum

When we are impatient to ignite action, there’s a temptation to start with high emotion, high energy to make the readers react on our contagious passion. However, expert presenters, from stand-up comedians to politicians, never start with a rampant emotional speech, rather they start low tone and gain momentum gradually. The aim of each and every idea of your content is to keep readers involved the whole way until the end, gaining momentum towards the action.


3. Lift unity

We have diverse contexts, from nationality to education, to personal preferences. Attracting to the core nature of a reader eventually promotes emotion, whilst you also gain benefit from the influential rule of unity. Shared identities are the basic idea of unity, beyond simple liking and similarities. It doesn’t have to be unpleasant, however, it does have to promote the group to stay together and move. At times, unity can be used to inspire others to join the group with the help of another influential and basic tool of social proofing.


4. Emulate

Emulation is useful when you present yourself as an ideal to your readers. Yes, that might sound a bit haughty, and it sure can be. However, if you have acquired the place of a likable proficient after all that hard work, your readers will unsurprisingly try to imitate you in certain manners, or even wish to be like you. There is a trend these days of becoming micro-celebs and boosting personal #branding, in so many cases it actually works. A genius way to inspire your readers is to involve them with you in some movement, like a charity or join a cause.


5. Demonstrate

This refers to let the readers realize themselves of what they should do and what they should not do. Emotions are best ignited without telling an upfront expectation. Never wire the emotional reaction you are trying actually, or a natural psychological system of defense might surface.



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