Chip Shots by Chip Griffin

How to Blog Creatively

Mark McClennan of PRSA Boston offers a great post today where he compares PR to the children’s television show, Dora the Explorer.  As a parent of young kids myself, I was actually familiar with the characters he mentions.  But even if I weren’t, this style of blog post is an excellent example of how to get outside of the rut of simple commentary that appears frequently on most blogs (including this one).

Obviously, it would be nearly impossible to come up with something that creative or thought-provoking for every post, but trying to do so periodically helps break things up for the blogger as a writer and for the audience as a reader. 

So check out “What Dora the Explorer can Teach us about PR” not just for what it says about PR, but also for what it can do to help you blog better.

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