Sensory Words: Master The Unique Trick to Exercise It
Have a bunch of content ideas to go for, but somehow not able to bridge the dots together to create the ideal masterpiece that you want to? But have you ever thought why? If not let me reveal the reason behind it. Thou having great content perception, but still, readers are not getting any interest while reading it.
The reason is using the same humdrum words again and again! You might be amazed how I read your mind.
[pullquote align=”normal”]Yea you thought it right sometimes I turn to be a fortune-teller. [/pullquote]
You might rank on the top of search engine, drive huge traffic to your home(website) but at last, the conversation rate still remains shallow. The only person and thing liable for this are your content, no readers will turn from readers to a subscriber if you are not able to find and hit their sweet spot.
If you hunt over the CyberSpace, you might get numerous guide telling how to improve your content quality conversation rate and much more. But even after following all the formula still, the fantasy remains the same. Holy Sh*t!
One thing you will find interesting in all the guide you read still now is the use of power words or sensory words. Most of the bloggers who are dominating the SERP always advice to use sensory words in your content. Download the full list of Sensory Words by
So, what actually is missing in your content is the use of Sensory Words. Most of the times it the reason for almost no subscriber and finally low conversation rate.
But Wait, what? What are these Sensory Words? How can they help me to increase user engagement in my content?
Why thinking so much buddy, here in this article I have tried to explain everything in details, so by the end of this post, you can use sensory words properly in your content. And thus hit your reader’s sweet spot.
What are Sensory Words?
Words that touch the sweet spot of a, which means heart or mind of the reader is known as sensory words. These words work as the key ingredient to spice up your content and thus creating a network better you and your readers.
Few examples of sensory words are:
Touch: Hot, creepy, sticky, rubbery, fluffy, puffy, gritty.
Smell or Taste: Sweet, fragrant, Gooey, sugary, smoky, fruity, sticky, stale, bitter, raw, sour, zesty, smooth, tantalizing.
Motion: vibrating, mind-boggling, soaring, bumpy.
Sight: gloomy, Huge, dazzling, foggy, bright, fuzzy, gigantic, gloomy.
Sound or Hearing: thumping, crashing, loud, squeaky, whistling, tingling.
Note: We are still creating the list so once done will send.
The list doesn’t end over here, there are much more such sensory words. I will be attaching a PDF file with the full list. And as promised here it is
Master The trick to Spice Up Your Content Using Sensory Words
Hold On! Did you notice the twist here that I did with the heading? I just used some sensory words and that grabbed your attention in almost no time.
I think you have skilled the trick, how to use sensory words in your content.
So, now it is your turn to use them in your content to make readers connect the broken dots themselves and turn into potential subscribers and thus you will have better conversation rate.
Below are few advanced tips that would help you to use sensory words in a better way:
1. Get into Readers mind and create the right kind of Emotional Response
If things were so easy to digest then there would have so much problem. What is noticed mainly is the many webmasters in hurry of using sensory words in their content, sometimes makes a mess out of it by using it anonymously.
But then how to find out the time when you introduce the sensory words in the content? I have the solution for this too in this goldmine(article). Follow the below points carefully to overcome this problem:
- Try to think in the view of a reader and find out the area where you think could be the place that would hit their sweet spot if you use sensory words.
- Determine the areas where there is more chance of a conversation, and use sensory words over there.
- Use sensory words in heading and title if possible. It increases CTR(click-through-rate).
So, now once you have jotted down this points in your content, you can use sensory words in your content easily and leave the rest for readers to decide.
2. Oust Boring Words From Your Content with Descriptive Adjective
Even if search engines love big content, but believe me users still love content that is short and to the point without any B.S in it. So try to replace long sentence filled up with boring words with descriptive adjectives to spice up your content.
[pullquote align=”normal”]Don’t be in multitude, write something different and unique, because then only you give the readers the perfect reason to read your article rather than others. [/pullquote]
Once you are successful in compiling sensory words with your storytelling talent then be sure to see the decrease in bounce rate of your blog. As said earlier, still repeating won’t hurt, try using sensory words in your call-in-action area of the content to convert your visitor to potential buyers.
Congrats, by now your are all set to use sensory words in your article to spice it up.
Just don’t forget to keep the above-said points in your mind while writing the next article for your blog to make readers stuck to your blog for a much longer time.
Note: I am still creating the list so once done will send.
Now it’s your turn to give something to me in return which is absolutely free of cost. Just share this word long content if you loved it. And do comment below and let me know how this tips and tricks about sensory words help you decrease your bounce rate and thus increase conversation rate of your blog. Thank You.