subjects and classes that benefit your blog - new lune

Subjects & Classes That Benefit Your Blog.

I definitely think you can take advantage of your education for your blog. Whether you are in school or college/uni, your subjects/modules/classes can benefit your website. Depending on the country you reside, the names of those subjects might differ but in general, you will definitely have those classes. In today’s post, I wanted to share with you some subjects that will benefit your blog. As always, if you are interested – keep on reading!

Je pense vraiment que vous pouvez profiter de votre éducation pour votre blog. Que vous soyez à l’école ou au collège/université, vos matières/modules/classes peuvent bénéficier à votre site Web. Selon le pays dans lequel vous résidez, les noms de ces matières peuvent différer, mais en général, vous aurez certainement ces cours. Dans l’article d’aujourd’hui, je voulais partager avec vous quelques sujets qui profiteront à votre blog. Comme toujours, si vous êtes intéressé, continuez à lire !

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ENGLISH

Whether you have English as a foreign language or as a literary subject, this subject will definitely come in handy when you are writing blog posts especially when it comes to informative articles or guides. You don’t have to write your blog posts like an essay and you can definitely use an informal tone. Note that you don’t have to write your blog in English either, it’s just a personal preference. But if having a bilingual or English blog is important to you then take advantage of your lessons!

Que vous ayez l’anglais comme langue étrangère ou comme sujet littéraire, ce sujet vous sera certainement utile lorsque vous écrivez des articles de blog, en particulier lorsqu’il s’agit d’articles informatifs ou de guides. Vous n’êtes pas obligé d’écrire vos articles de blog comme un essai et vous pouvez certainement utiliser un ton informel. Notez que vous n’êtes pas obligé d’écrire votre blog en anglais non plus, c’est juste une préférence personnelle. Mais si avoir un blog bilingue ou anglais est important pour vous alors profitez de vos cours !

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IT (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)

There are so many categories in terms of IT but the ones I’m going to focus about are graphic and web design. Not only will you be able to learn how to build a website from scratch but you will also be able to learn how to create a professional looking website in terms of colour palette, branding, etc. Ask your lecturer or professor if you have any doubts or questions when it comes to technical things, you will never get an opportunity like this!

Il y a tellement de catégories en termes d’informatique, mais celles sur lesquelles je vais me concentrer sont la conception graphique et Web. Non seulement vous pourrez apprendre à créer un site Web à partir de zéro, mais vous pourrez également apprendre à créer un site Web d’aspect professionnel en termes de palette de couleurs, de marque, etc. Demandez à votre professeur si vous avez des doutes ou des questions quand il s’agit de choses techniques, vous n’aurez jamais une telle opportunité come celle ci!

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BUSINESS

Even if you don’t plan on monetising your blog, you can take advantage of your business classes because at the end of the day, they will teach you strategies and plans in order to achieve an end goal. Those goals can be followers, traffic or even certain opportunities! Those classes will teach you on how to plan effective steps in order to accomplish that goal in question.

Même si vous ne prévoyez pas de monétiser votre blog, vous pouvez profiter de vos cours de commerce car en fin de compte, ils vous apprendront des stratégies et des plans pour atteindre un objectif final. Ces objectifs peuvent être des abonnés, du trafic ou même certaines opportunités ! Ces cours vous apprendront comment planifier des étapes efficaces pour atteindre l’objectif en question.

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Thank you so much for reading! – xo N

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  1. IMHO it also helps to think *laterally* across individual disciplines — so for example the series of articles I have just begun writing @ http://socio.biz (mainly focused on the very *interdisciplinary* idea of “social business”) are about how social order (vs. disorder) can happen (or not) … and most of all: how to best *manage* it. The answer to this last issue is not really covered by any university course at all .. mainly because universities (and also, more generally, publishing / information industries) have not really begun to grapple with the issues (and this is the main reason stuff like the fiasco w/ the JRE are still quite commonplace).

    I usually refer to the main issue as having to do with literacy — and by that I mean a very broad notion of literacy — such as the idea of how a site like hotels.com is probably one of the best search engines for finding the best hotels.

    🙂 Norbert

    1. Granted dear Norbert, but I think what New Lune might be referring to could be said to knowledge being relative,thus your discipline may not have a university course,but the possibility of marrying ideas / knowledge from other disciplines may be very necessary for an effective crystalization of your career.
      For example,you may not be a journalist,but in the social media engagements / spaces like myself,and I can now realize that I may be in need of some mass media communication skills.
      The other day I was working on some project involving shooting a documentary when I realized that tasks like video editing, may need editing machine and editing know how,either graphic design and others which I may not currently have.
      This enables me to plan a head some classes of the sort to be compatible with my work without relying so much on journalist professionals who charged us good sum of money for video editing alone.
      Organization of knowledge is all about sharing or borrowing skills from other disciples’ and I think this what New Lune may mean.

    2. Good points! 😀 I’ve studied many things, and I also have many degrees — but I do not have a university degree in accounting (I mainly just took a few course that interested me — such as “managerial accounting” — in part because the university I attended at the time was a big accounting hub (headquarters of FASB)… at any rate, one thing we covered were “make or buy decisions” — see e.g. this post, where there’s a nice short description of the topic: https://planning.business.blog/2022/02/04/we-all-actually-delegate-on-a-daily-basis-like-when-we-go-to-a-restaurant-we-are-actually-delegating-our-food-preparation-to-the-chef

  2. I totally agree that taking courses- or using what you are already studying- is a great way to grow your blog. I learned the hard way. I avoided brushing up my tech skills, for example, because I just wanted to focus on writing and being creative. But blogging is about evolving and learning. Great post!

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