Reader should finish the introduction thinking that the essay is interesting or has some sort of relevance to their lives. A good introduction is engaging; it gets the audience thinking about the topic at hand and wondering how you will be proving your argument. Good ways to convince your reader that your essay is worthwhile is to provide information that the reader might question or disagree with. Once they are thinking about the topic, and wondering why you hold your position, they are more likely to be engaged in the rest of the essay.
A good introduction is fresh, engaging, and interesting. Successful introductions don’t rely on cliches or irrelevant information to demonstrate their point. Be brief, be concise, and be engaging. These all aspects can’t be conquered until we don’t get the command over our thesis statement.