Blog examples for students

Writing blogs is a great way to sharpen your writing and research skills.

And as a student, you will benefit from blogging. 

I’ve been blogging for almost a decade. 

I’m an old blogger now and still blogging. 

I made it a habit to blog weekly and it stuck.

What you are reading now is from years’ worth of deplorable writing. 

If you think this article is terrible, you haven’t seen my first 50 articles. 

What is a blog?

The word blog comes from weblogging. Saying weblogging is not cool so it’s been truncated to blog. 

A blog is a place on the internet where an individual or an organization regularly writes content. 

The type of writing can be formal, informal, casual, or however, you want to speak to your audience. 

The best thing when you own your blog is that you can do whatever the hell you like. Write like Hemingway or an angry Shakespeare who drops f-bombs consistently. No one’s stopping you.

Now that is a blog. Let’s not put ourselves to sleep by going deep into the history of weblogging because we are cool. And history is for nerds.

Except the medieval, or the prehistoric period, or the modern history. Oh, fuck! I’m a nerd.

Why blog?

Besides improving your writing and research skills, you will also learn a lot of things, just like how I learned that you could make money blogging

Once I learned that you could make money blogging, I blogged. What I didn’t know is that it takes time for your blog to make money. So I failed many many many many many times. 

I can’t guarantee that you will make money when you start your student blog. But, I can guarantee that you will learn a significant amount. 

You will get to know more about your topic, learn better grammar, and expand your vocab. 

Furthermore, you will know how to buy your domain, get hosting, and start your blog. 

Also, writing is a great stress reliever for some. Writing what they can’t say out loud can be therapeutic. 

So, even if you started a blog just for fun, you already learned plenty.

Blogging basics (do’s and don’ts)

I don’t have a blogging rule. Just write adding your personality.

There are many blogs on the internet. 

Yours will probably be number 991,145,789,984. With so many blogs on the internet, do you think people want a generic blog?

I doubt it. 

But, how do you make yourself unique?

You can sprinkle in some life stories here and there. You can tell jokes, fucking swear, or just be your authentic self. 

Writing is different from talking. I know. I use Grammarly, and I always get 99 errors. 

That’s because I want to write the way I speak. That means grammar is out the window. 

But who cares about that, as long as your writing is clear enough for your reader to understand. 

You don’t have to write the best academic paper. Then again, it depends on your audience.

Use your best judgment to determine your type of writing for your blog.

In essence, be true to yourself. There are too many generic blogs already, don’t be one of them.

And if you’re generic, who am I to judge. Write the way you want to write.

Blog examples for cool students

Now that we’ve established that you and I are cool, I will refer you to some blog examples you should aspire to. 

I don’t know what you’re studying or what your interests are. But these blogs can help you get started with blogging and make money, even if you’re not cool and good looking as me:

Neil Patel

Neil Patel is the perfect blog you should follow if you want to blog well and get traffic to your site. He covers marketing, but he started as a blogger. 

He used many tactics to get his website rank first on Google, which he advises against because Google has put their foot down on blackhat SEO practices. 

Neil is an SEO specialist and made millions offering his services to Amazon, NBC, GM, and other massive companies. Follow his blog to learn straightforward digital marketing.

Neil Patel’s blog

The penny hoarder

You can probably tell what The Penny Hoarder is about just by reading the domain name. Yup, it’s all about saving money and making more money. The Penny Hoarder is a great place for people who want to know some tips and tricks to have more cash in their pockets. This quote from their CEO and founder should summarize things up:

Our goal is to improve the lives of everyday folks by helping them spend less time worrying about their finances and more time enjoying their lives.


The Penny Hoarder blog

Gary Vaynerchuck

Gary is not a blogger. He can’t write for shit. That’s what he always says, and he’s open about his weaknesses, which makes him successful. He owns many multi-million $$$ businesses.

Gary knows what he is terrible at and quadruples down on what he is good at. 

He is more of a speaker than a writer. His vlogging career started when Youtube opened. 

Gary is a businessman by heart, but he is also a great motivator and gives out gold advice.

He has a team of writers transcribing his videos. So you can check out his blog for valuable tips and tricks into marketing. Secrets that Gary’s followers sell for hundreds of dollars.

Gary Vaynerchuck’s blog

Following the people I just mentioned will teach you digital marketing. A crucial skill if you want to make money on the internet.

If you want to get inspiration from other blogs related to your topic, just use Google. 

Just add “blog” to your topic, and you’ll receive a plethora of results. Check each of them out, and hopefully, you’ll get your big AHA moment. 

An example:

Go to Type “student,” my topic, then “blog” after. 

student blogs google search results
student blogs

As you can see, there are many student blogs, including edublogs.

Edu blogs provide a free blog platform for students and educators. 

It’s a good platform, but I don’t see why you shouldn’t just start your blog. 

You shouldn’t blog on other platforms if you are not getting anything in return, except blogging on platforms with hundreds to thousands of attention.

And, if the site shuts down, your written content that you’ve worked hard for vanishes.

Blogging about your favorite topic or passion that helps people can make money. You don’t want to do all the work so others can profit.


Students need money. What if you don’t have to work at your local restaurant to make a considerable income?

Having a blog that you can make money from can be the best decision you can make while still young. 

Blogging can help you with your writing skills, learn how to research, and of course, earn money.

Starting a blog isn’t hard. Blogging and making money consistently is another ball game. 

It is harder to rank high in Google without using paid ads compared to 10 years ago.

With the number of blogs on the internet, there is stiff competition. But don’t let that deter you from starting a blog.

The big competition just means there is money to be made.

Maybe you just want to blog for the sake of blogging and learn new or sharpen your skills.

Even so, I suggest you have your property on the internet (your domain). 

Owning your domain, hosting, is cheap. Check out FREE domain for blog (Get it before offer ends article and start blogging to make money.

If you want to get started, read how to start a blog that makes money on autopilot

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