7Descriptive Ways To Engage Your Readers

How To Use These 7 Descriptive Ways To Engage Your Readers










Use These 7 Descriptive Ways To Engage Your Readers





Great descriptive writing forms a picture in your readers’ minds.




Whether it’s a person, place, or thing, it calls upon all of the senses – sight, touch, smell, and even taste.







Discover the following 7 descriptive tips and methods from Ezine Articles, to engage your readers.







1.  Objective

  • Objective writing is information not influenced by your personal feelings or opinions in considering and representing the facts.


2.  Subjective

  • Subjective writing is based on or influenced by your personal feelings, tastes, or opinions.


3.  Analogy

  • An analogy is a comparison between two things, typically on the basis of their structure and for the purpose of explanation or clarification.


4.  Similes

  • A simile is a figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing (i.e., “like” or “as”) with another thing of a different kind.


5.  Metaphors

  • A metaphor occurs when a word or phrase is figuratively applied to an object or action.


6.  Employ Precision

  • Avoid vague language and generalities.
  • Use vivid adjectives, nouns, and strong action verbs.


7.  Direct

  • Avoid passive language by using active voice.





Discover how pumping up the detail in your writing can improve your audience engagement by trying any of the above methods.




Remember: descriptive writing isn’t a license to gush negativity or ramble on.







Form a vivid picture in your readers’ minds by providing color, taste, sight, and even smell in detail.










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To Your Success,
Joan Harrington


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0 Replies to “7Descriptive Ways To Engage Your Readers”

  1. Hi Joan,
    You sure could help a lot of writers out with this one. There are so many writers out there that really don’t have a clue. Problem is if they don’t have a clue as to the subject of your post they either won’t get read or they might get read by a few and other might read part way. Good job and great value my friend.

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  2. Hi Joan,

    Super breakdown, especially the note about blogging in great detail to reach out to your readers.

    People engage if you paint a pretty picture for individuals. You paint, people see clearly and engage persistently. Offer a reason for somebody to engage and watch how quickly individuals respond.

    I have used video quite a bit recently to engage my target audience. Something about seeing a living, breathing individual, spreading a message, which influences individuals to take note, read your post and respond.

    I received a phone call this morning from a guy I had not heard from in years. He noted about how much he enjoyed my recent video. Powerful stuff.

    Thanks for sharing the keen insight Joan.

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