7 Examples of Creativity To Get You Thinking…

creative blog ideas

Business Blogging

creative blog ideasIf you have a blog, then I’m sure you realize that you need to be creative in order to stand out. Sometimes the ideas just don’t flow – we all need a creative kick in the pants every once in a while!

Take a look at these ideas below to get some inspiration and while you’re at it, join our free Creative Blogging eCourse!

1) Creative writing of a blog post:

(warning: may trigger some deep emotions)


2) Creative uses of photography:



3) Creative topic and infographic:


4) Creative use of popular media in a blog post:


5) Creative use of household objects:

6) Creative use of various media in a blog post:

(including pictures I took myself)


7) Creative use of Twitter:

Wow, 194,000+ followers!


There are plenty of creative ideas out there. Post links to your favorites in the comments!


If you want to get more creative, sign up for our free course on Creative Blogging using the form below!

Tom Treanor is the founder of the Right Mix Marketing blog. He’s the author of the Search Engine Boot Camp, the co-author of Online Business Productivity, and regularly speaks at industry and corporate events. His writing has been featured on the Content Marketing Institute, Social Media Examiner, Copyblogger and other leading industry blogs.


  1. Once upon a time, I turned pages for Jamie when he performed the Kreutzer Sonata at a studio class. This was before I played it myself, so I was unfamiliar with the theme & variations movement. There’s one particular variation which is 2 straight pages of 16th notes, and 2 repeats. I made the mistake of glancing away from the page for a second, and discovered to my horror when I looked back that I couldn’t remember a) where we were, and b) whether we had done the repeats. I ended up half-standing & hovering for what seemed like an eternity, with Jamie kindly giving me subtle no shakes and finally a clear yes nod.Then there was the time that I turned for a friend playing in a vocal recital @ Scotiafest. He asked me at the last minute as a favour, so I accepted, forgetting that I was battling the remnants of a nasty cough. There’s nothing like being on stage and NOT BEING ALLOWED TO COUGH that will make you want to cough up a lung. I managed to get through the entire thing without once coughing during a piece, but then had a friend in the audience comment on the odd expression on my face at various times.

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