“Every Student should be a Blogger”. This is an extraordinary claim, I put forward through this blog post. Obviously, there are several reasons why I ask every student to have their own blog and share their knowledge. Many people may think that Blogging makes students deviate from studies and it is considered as an extra-curricular activity. But, indeed Blogging is a personal activity that applicates your academics with your daily life. You may wonder how this relation happens?
Every student strives to be unique and move towards a specific goal in their life. Even if they don’t express it outside, they might be having a defined or planned target for their life. The goal of Blogging is to channelize the targets and their steps to achieve the target. Blogging teaches them the virtues that are vital for them to learn in their life. In this way their relation with life gets shaped and takes a different course. Here, I try to dive into the reasons to find how blogging changes students life.
#1. Blogging creates interest in their areas of Interest
Blogging helps to be passionate in their interests or whatever the students wish to do or achieve. Blogging creates interest in their respective areas of Interest. Irrespective of their chosen field or domain, Blogging bridges the gap and helps them shine in their field or domain. We can give lots of examples to show Blogging is irrespective of the field. If you like Literature or poetry, you can start a blog publishing your poems. If you are a spiritual person, you can blog about the temples. The only thing that matters is expressing the knowledge you have for sharing with others. That purpose is clearly served with Blogging.
#2. Ready to get noticed
Yep! Blogging can make you famous not only in your School or College, but across the Universities. Blogging can make you heard across news papers and make you a star. Only thing is you have to be unique and do something different. When a student of less age achieves or at least tries some thing new, it grabs attention of lot of people. Students, be a blogger and get ready to get noticed.
#3. Makes you matured
Blogging teaches students- Patience, Hard work, planning, stress management, decision taking and lots more. Naturally all these virtues become a part of every day aspect of a blogger life. Hence, becoming a blogger, the student can actually get themselves matured learning all these good characters.
Blogging builds patience in you. Webmasters know very well how patience is mandatory in order to set yourselves distinguished in the Internet World. Hence, a quantum of Internet presence in a channelized way can teach patience and all other good qualities in a responsible manner.
#4. Gain Knowledge
“A better Writer should be a better Reader”
This is true with Bloggers. Before they could start blog about something, they must be well-versed with the topic. They should know the familiar terms, concept and such. Then only they can produce better articles for publishing. That way, bloggers can gain much knowledge than the readers.
Bloggers, in other way, have to do some research before they start write about certain topics. In those times, the knowledge they gain will be massive and it serves the true purpose of the education system.
#5. Entrepreneurship Opportunities
Bloggers as students can turn into entrepreneurs in many ways. Blogging, initially helps the students to gain knowledge. Since, they have the practical knowledge in their hand, they can now learn to apply it in real world and become an entrepreneur. Many technology bloggers have successfully turned into Entrepreneurs by launching their own SEO firms, Theme/Plugin development companies, Internet Marketing teams etc. But all these opportunities can easily be explored and grabbed if you are a student.
What I like to convey is…
Blogging is a best habit for students. It is not that hard for this generation students to learn blogging. Only thing they need is time and dedication to do. If they dedicate some part, they can learn lots and lots in their life. That is why I feel “Every student should be a Blogger”. So, I request every student who reads this post to turn out to be a Blogger. All the Best!
Readers! What do you think about this article? Do you feel every student should be a blogger? Let us know through the comments!