A persuasive essay is a piece of writing that describes a particular perspective and provides evidence in support of that perspective. While similar to an argumentative essay, the logic of a persuasive essay can be based on emotion rather than substantiated evidence, and it does not need to take the counter argument into account. Whether you are writing an essay for a composition class, or you are sending a letter to a newspaper editor, having a carefully crafted argument with solid evidence will make your writing more convincing and effective.
You should be able to give off a fragrance of friendliness and display warm gestures. Make an eye contact with individuals often changing gazes. This instills a sense of direct communication with the audience making them feel important and more receptive towards you. Don’t stand at one place, unless you are being recorded by a camera; move frequently to create an aura of one on one basis interaction. Remember to never read your speech, instead tell them, and convince them! The difference between reading speech is that it will put the audience to sleep, and telling them something meaningfully will get them to support your view.