An effective way to make facts more interesting is through the use of mnemonics. However, using someone else's mnemonic - unless unusually potent and useful - is not so effective. An effective mnemonic example is the Mathematics mnemonic; BIDMAS. (Brackets, Indices, Division, Multiplication, Addition & Subtraction).
No single mnemonic suits everyone. For example, there is no one best mnemonic to learn the order of the planets in the solar system. There are tons of different mnemonics to learn it. Don't rely on a mnemonic technique that you've read about if you already have one that suits you. Each person's life experience are different, and people will respond to them in their own way.
How to choose a mnemonic that works for you: