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51 Blogging Examples for MBA Students to Earn Money

If you are a student or, especially, and MBA student and you want inspiration to start your blog, this is it. Here’s a list of blog topics that you can choose from with details on why they are good topics and why they might not be for you.

Blogging Examples for MBA Students

Here’s the thing. I have been an MBA student at IIM Udaipur and I started my blog right when I was in the first year of my MBA. So, when I am telling you about these blogging examples for students, you must know that not only is blogging extremely close to my heart, but it is also something that I can guide you well about.

While you are searching for blogging ideas for students, let me first tell you that you are making a great career choice now that you are thinking about starting your blog during your MBA. I purposely said ‘career choice’ because the reality is that you need not think about blogging just as a hobby.

That’s because what you may be starting just as a side hustle, has full potential to open up doors to a career of freedom and wealth right when you are in your MBA.

So, let’s begin deep-diving into the many interesting blog topics for students especially for MBA students like you.

Before I take you through all the ideas that I have curated for you, I would like to begin with something that will truly blow your mind.

Here is the crucial mindset that you need to have before you start your blogging journey. Mind you, this mindset alone can help you make lakhs of rupees right now, during your MBA itself.

Blogging for students is a money-making career

While you are here to learn about how to start blogging as a student and make money, let’s be honest, how many of your friends and batchmates are even thinking about it?

When I was in my MBA, in 2017-19, there would have been 1 student out of a batch of 300 students who would have thought about even starting a blog, let alone earning from it.

However, that is changing now.

As more creators, and influencers are coming up across all social media platforms, students who earlier didn’t weigh in these creative careers as legitimate options are now, in fact, more drawn towards it than they are towards conventional jobs.

And blogging is just another form of content creation, that is through text. It was the primary form of content creation before long-form videos and short-form videos took over.

Need examples? In another article, I will share examples of MBA students and graduates from some of the top B-schools who have legit careers as full-time or part-time content creators. And they are making money.

If you want me to write this article soon, let me know in the comments. I will also link it here once its done.

However, let’s get back to the crucial mindset.

Here’s what I want you to learn and truly understand this chain of thought of how blogging as a student can help you make money.

📝 Blogging is sharing your thoughts on a topic

🧠 To share your thoughts, you need the knowledge

🔍 To gain knowledge on that, you will research it deeply

📚 As you research it, you learn those topics extremely well

🚀 Within 6 months, this blog-building leads to thought leadership

🎓 Thought leadership will position you as a specialist expert in that field

🌱 As you become an expert more traffic will start to come to your blog organically

🔗 Repurpose your content on LinkedIn, and your following grows more

👥 A community gets built comprising your followers and readers

💽 You create digital products and sell them to your community

📦 This starts to help you earn by packaging your knowledge

💼 Also, you start to get freelancing work in that niche

💸 Soon, this revenue becomes more than a salary

I am sure this would have blown your mind. Most of the students who I train in my course Career GTM learn exactly this journey.

These are MBA students and aspirants who finalize their area of expertise and put their knowledge and skills to use to start growing their personal brand and earning big.

Frankly, if you can internalize this line of thinking and if you can have this vision with your blog then there is no way you can’t build a career out of blogging as a student. And this career will easily be much more fulfilling and wealth-creating than a job.

Now, that you have uncovered this wonderful opportunity. Let’s see what are those blogging ideas and topics that I have picked for you.

51 Blogging Examples for Students – Detailed Ideas

Alright, so we’ve talked about why blogging is a game-changer for MBA students. Now, let’s get to the fun part – what should you write about? I know starting can be the hardest part. But don’t worry, I’ve got your back.

I’ve put together a big list of topics that are perfect for MBA students. These are topics I’ve seen work topics that get attention and topics that can help you show off what you know.

So, are you ready? Let’s jump into the list and find the perfect topic for your blog!

1. MBA Preparation Journey 📝

What to Write: Dive deep into your personal experience of preparing for MBA exams like CAT, XAT, GMAT etc. Discuss your preparation strategies, the coaching programs that you enrolled for, the test-taking strategies, the mindset and so much more.

Why It’s Good: Obviously, there are over 2 lakh students who write CAT every year and double of that who consider preparing for MBA. Your first-hand account is going to be extremely valued bu them,

Not For You If: You didn’t prepare much for the exams and still aced it (typical IITians etc.) or if you scored a low percentile and got through a B-school owing to reservation. In both the cases, it won’t be relatable and you won’t have much to share.

Monetization Strategy: Affiliate marketing for MBA preparation books, online mock test series, and coaching programs. You can also offer personalized coaching or mentoring sessions for MBA aspirants.

2. Case Study Breakdowns 📊

What to Write: Pick popular business case studies and provide a detailed analysis. Discuss the decisions made, the outcomes, and what you would have done differently. However, please note that the case studies to you get in B-schools are copyright material of the publisher. 

At IIM Udaipur, most of our case studies were from Harvard Business School, INSEAD and a few others. Publishing these case studies as-is or even reproduction of the same is illegal. You can only share your analysis.

Why It’s Good: MBA students often seek diverse perspectives on case studies, and your unique viewpoint can be enlightening.

Not For You If: You aren’t keen on in-depth analysis or don’t enjoy dissecting business scenarios.

Monetization Strategy: Offer premium case study solutions or analysis. Collaborate with B-schools or coaching centers to provide exclusive content. You can also host webinars or workshops on case study analysis techniques.

3. Internship Experiences 💼

What to Write: Share detailed insights from your MBA internships. Discuss the roles you took on, the industries you explored, the challenges you faced, and the achievements you’re proud of.

Why It’s Good: It offers a sneak peek to fellow students about what to expect during internships. Trust me, internships in itself (excluding jobs) has a big audience. Moreover, students do multiple internships with a faster turn around time.

Not For You If: You don’t have significant or varied internship experiences.

Monetization Strategy: Partner with internship platforms or job portals for referral bonuses. Create and sell e-books or guides on “How to Ace Your MBA Internship”.

4. Networking in B-School 🤝

What to Write: Share anecdotes and tips on effective networking in a B-school environment. Discuss events, clubs, and strategies that worked best for you. 

There’s actually a lot to write on this topic because most students (not just MBAs) want to network. There’s a high perceived value of networking, but most don’t know how to do it.

Why It’s Good: Networking is a cornerstone of the MBA experience, and many students seek guidance on doing it right.

Not For You If: You were more introverted and didn’t actively engage in networking.

Monetization Strategy: Organize paid networking events or webinars. Affiliate marketing for networking tools or platforms. Offer consultancy services for personal branding and networking.

5. MBA Specializations Explained 🎓

What to Write: Delve into various MBA specializations, discussing the curriculum, career prospects, and personal experiences if any.

Why It’s Good: Helps students make informed decisions about their specialization. The good thing is that your audience is not just those who are MBA students or aspirants, but also those who are currently just thinking of MBA and are not yet even preparing for the exams.

Not For You If: You are still unsure about your own specialization or didn’t explore beyond your chosen field.

Monetization Strategy: Affiliate marketing for online courses related to each specialization. Offer consultancy for students unsure about which specialization to choose.

6. Balancing Academics and Extracurriculars ⚖️

What to Write: Share strategies and personal stories on managing rigorous academics alongside extracurricular activities. Discuss time management, prioritization, and the benefits of being active outside the classroom.

Why It’s Good: Many students grapple with finding a balance, and your insights can be a valuable guide.

Not For You If: You were solely academically focused and didn’t engage in extracurriculars.

Monetization Strategy: Sell planners, time management tools, or courses. Affiliate marketing for productivity tools or apps.

7. Top Business Books Reviewed 📚

What to Write: Review and discuss key takeaways from essential business books you’ve read. Share how they influenced your MBA journey and why other students should consider reading them.

Why It’s Good: With so many books out there, students often appreciate curated recommendations.

Not For You If: You aren’t an avid reader or read business literature only for your coursework.

Monetization Strategy: Affiliate marketing for the books reviewed. Offer a premium newsletter with exclusive book summaries or insights.

8. The MBA Group Project Experience 🧑‍🤝‍🧑

What to Write: Narrate your experiences with group projects, the dynamics of working in a team, conflicts, resolutions, and the final outcomes. Share what you learned about teamwork and collaboration.

Why It’s Good: Almost every MBA student can relate to the challenges and joys of group projects, making your insights highly relevant.

Not For You If: You prefer solo tasks and didn’t engage much in group work. For example, while I did engage in group work, my style of work has mostly been that of a sole contributor.

Monetization Strategy: Create and sell e-books or guides on effective group work strategies. Offer team-building workshops or consultancy.

9. Exploring International Business Markets 🌍

What to Write: Offer insights into various international markets, their business customs, challenges, and opportunities. Share experiences if you’ve worked or studied these markets during your MBA.

Why It’s Good: As businesses go global, this knowledge is invaluable for future managers. Especially, if you are an MBA graduate from a B-school like Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) or any international B-school.

Not For You If: You had a more domestic focus in their MBA studies.

Monetization Strategy: Affiliate marketing for international business courses or tools. Offer consultancy for businesses looking to expand internationally.

10. Leadership Lessons from B-School 🌟

What to Write: Share personal stories of leadership challenges, growth, and lessons during your MBA. Discuss events, clubs, or initiatives you led and what they taught you about leadership.

Why It’s Good: Leadership is a key theme in MBA, and personal tales resonate well.

Not For You If: You weren’t in active leadership roles or didn’t take on leadership challenges, either in your pre-MBA work experience or even during MBA.

Monetization Strategy: Organize leadership workshops or webinars. Affiliate marketing for leadership courses or tools.

11. MBA Application Journey 📝

What to Write: Dive deep into your personal experience of applying to MBA programs. Discuss the challenges you faced, the essays you wrote, the interviews you attended, and the lessons you learned along the way.

Why It’s Good: It offers a firsthand account and can be a guiding light for many MBA aspirants seeking real-life experiences.

Not For You If: You had a very straightforward MBA application process without any hiccups.

Monetization Strategy: Offer consultancy for MBA application processes. Sell guides or e-books on crafting the perfect MBA application.

12. Entrepreneurship Tales from B-School 🚀

What to Write: Share stories of startups that were born in B-school campuses, including your own if applicable. Discuss the ideation process, challenges faced, and the journey from classroom to the real world.

Why It’s Good: Aspiring entrepreneurs in B-schools will find these tales both inspiring and informative. If you have been following my content closely you will know that I tell students how very soon, most MBA students will turn to one-person businesses.

Not For You If: You haven’t been closely associated with any startup journeys during your MBA or before MBA.

Monetization Strategies: Affiliate marketing for startup tools, sponsored posts from B-school startup success stories, or consultation services for budding entrepreneurs.

13. MBA Interview Experiences 🎤

What to Write: Narrate your experiences of MBA interviews, the questions you were asked, how you prepared, and tips for acing them. Most likely, just your interview experiences would be too few. Hence it could be a more interview experience curation blog.

Why It’s Good: MBA aspirants are always on the lookout for real interview experiences to prepare better. Coaching institutes actually sell interview experiences as an offering.

Not For You If: You didn’t face many challenging interviews or have a unique perspective to offer.

Monetization Strategies: Offer mock interview services, sell interview preparation guides, or affiliate marketing for interview prep courses.

14. Role of Technology in Modern Business 🌐

What to Write: Discuss the evolving role of technology in business, from AI to Big Data. Share insights on how MBA students can stay updated.

Why It’s Good: With tech playing a pivotal role in business, this topic is evergreen and highly relevant.

Not For You If: You aren’t tech-savvy or updated with the latest in business technology.

Monetization Strategies: Affiliate marketing for tech courses, sponsored posts from tech companies, or webinars on tech trends.

15. Navigating B-School Competitions 🏆

What to Write: Share experiences from participating in B-school competitions, tips on preparing for them, and the benefits of winning or even just participating.

Why It’s Good: B-school competitions are a big deal, and many students aim to participate in them.

Not For You If: You didn’t participate in or have a keen interest in such competitions.

Monetization Strategies: Offer preparation workshops, sell guides on winning strategies, or affiliate marketing for relevant tools.

16. The Role of Ethics in Business 🧭

What to Write: Delve into the importance of ethics in modern business, share personal experiences, and discuss case studies highlighting ethical dilemmas.

Why It’s Good: With increasing focus on corporate responsibility, this topic is highly relevant.

Not For You If: You don’t have a strong viewpoint or experiences related to business ethics.

Monetization Strategies: Webinars on ethical decision-making, affiliate marketing for courses on business ethics, or consultations.

17. Exploring Different Business Verticals 🌇

What to Write: Provide insights into various business verticals like finance, marketing, operations, etc., discussing their nuances, challenges, and opportunities.

Why It’s Good: Helps students understand and choose their specialization better.

Not For You If: You have limited knowledge about multiple business verticals.

Monetization Strategies: Affiliate marketing for specialization courses, sponsored posts from industry experts, or webinars.

18. The MBA Exchange Program Experience 🌍

What to Write: Share your experiences from MBA exchange programs, the cultural learnings, academic differences, and personal growth stories.

Why It’s Good: Many students are curious about exchange programs and their benefits.

Not For You If: You didn’t participate in an exchange program.

Monetization Strategies: Offer guidance sessions for students interested in exchange programs or affiliate marketing for travel-related products.

19. The Role of Soft Skills in Business Success 🤹

What to Write: Discuss the importance of soft skills like communication, leadership, and empathy in business and how to develop them during MBA.

Why It’s Good: Soft skills are often underrated but crucial for success.

Not For You If: You focus strictly on technical knowledge and hard skills.

Monetization Strategies: Offer soft skills training workshops, affiliate marketing for soft skills courses, or consultations.

20. Alumni Success Stories 🌟

What to Write: Interview successful alumni from your B-school and share their journey, challenges, and advice for current students.

Why It’s Good: Real-life success stories are always inspiring and offer valuable insights.

Not For You If: You don’t have a network of successful alumni or the means to interview them.

Monetization Strategies: Sponsored posts from alumni who have started their ventures, affiliate marketing for tools/products they recommend, or webinars.

21. The Importance of Mental Health in B-School 🧘

What to Write: Discuss the challenges of maintaining mental health during the rigorous MBA program and share tips, resources, and personal experiences.

Why It’s Good: Mental health is a crucial topic, especially in high-pressure environments like B-schools.

Not For You If: You aren’t comfortable discussing mental health or don’t have resources to share.

Monetization Strategies: Affiliate marketing for mental health resources, sponsored posts from mental health experts, or webinars on stress management.

22. The Art of Presentation and Public Speaking 🎤

What to Write: Share tips on crafting compelling presentations, overcoming stage fright, and mastering the art of public speaking during your MBA journey. Frankly, given how well I made presentations during my MBA at IIM Udaipur, this could have been a great YouTube channel topic for me.

Why It’s Good: Presentation skills are crucial in the corporate world, and many students seek guidance on this.

Not For You If: You aren’t confident in your presentation skills or haven’t had much experience presenting.

Monetization Strategies: Offer presentation design services for managers, workshops on public speaking, or affiliate marketing for presentation tools.

23. Navigating Corporate Politics in Jobs🕵️

What to Write: Discuss the subtle nuances of corporate politics you observed during internships and strategies to navigate them effectively. Obviously, you will be able to write more on this when you do more internships and spend more time in jobs.

Why It’s Good: Understanding corporate dynamics is essential for a smooth transition from college to corporate. This is one of those topics that as you research more on it, you will also learn to navigate such situations better.

Not For You If: You had straightforward internships or jobs without encountering corporate politics.

Monetization Strategies: Webinars on corporate etiquette, affiliate marketing for books on corporate dynamics, or consultation sessions.

24. Digital Marketing Trends for MBAs 🌐

What to Write: Dive into the latest digital marketing trends, their relevance for MBAs, and how they can be leveraged for personal branding or business growth. Given the kind of topic Digital Marketing is, there will always be something new to write.

Why It’s Good: Digital marketing is a rapidly evolving field with immense opportunities.

Not For You If: You aren’t updated with the latest in digital marketing or don’t have a keen interest in it.

Monetization Strategies: Offer digital marketing consultancy for small to medium-sized businesses, affiliate marketing for digital tools, or workshops on digital strategies.

25. The Role of Data Analytics in Business Decision-Making 📊

What to Write: Discuss the growing importance of data analytics in business, the tools used, and its impact on decision-making. Share experiences from projects or courses. Frankly, if you are someone who likes this topic then you would know more things to write on these than I can tell you.

Why It’s Good: Data-driven decision-making is becoming the norm in businesses.

Not For You If: You aren’t well-versed with data analytics or find it too technical.

Monetization Strategies: Affiliate marketing for data analytics courses, webinars on data-driven strategies, or consultancy services.

26. The MBA and Entrepreneurship Connection 🚀

What to Write: Share stories of entrepreneurs who launched their startups post-MBA, the skills they leveraged, and the challenges they faced. You could talk about the concepts learned in MBA that are crucial for starting up. This can also be done in hindsight, that is, by analyzing successful and unsuccessful startups.

Why It’s Good: Many MBAs aspire to become entrepreneurs, and these stories can be both inspiring and informative.

Not For You If: You don’t have insights into the entrepreneurial journey post-MBA.

Monetization Strategies: Sponsored posts from MBA-founded startups, affiliate marketing for entrepreneurship courses, or workshops on startup strategies.

27. Sustainability and Business: The New Norm 🌿

What to Write: Discuss the increasing focus on sustainability in business, its importance, and how MBAs can champion sustainable practices.

Why It’s Good: Sustainability is a key focus in modern business, making this topic highly relevant.

Not For You If: You haven’t explored sustainability in business during your MBA.

Monetization Strategies: Affiliate marketing for sustainability courses, webinars on sustainable business practices, or consultancy services.

28. The Power of Networking Events and Conferences 🤝

What to Write: Share experiences from attending networking events, and conferences, and the benefits derived from them. Offer tips on making the most of these opportunities.

Why It’s Good: Networking is a vital aspect of the MBA journey, and many students seek guidance on it.

Not For You If: You didn’t attend many networking events or don’t see their value.

Monetization Strategies: Offer networking coaching sessions, affiliate marketing for event tickets, or sponsored posts from event organizers.

29. The Impact of Global Economics on Business 🌍

What to Write: Delve into global economic trends, their impact on businesses, and the role of an MBA in understanding and navigating these challenges.

Why It’s Good: With businesses going global, understanding global economics is crucial.

Not For You If: You had a domestic focus during your MBA and aren’t well-versed in global economics.

Monetization Strategies: Webinars on global economic trends, affiliate marketing for global business courses, or consultancy services.

30. The MBA Alumni Network: Tapping into a Goldmine 💎

What to Write: Discuss the power of the MBA alumni network, how to engage with alumni, and the benefits of building strong alumni relationships.

Why It’s Good: The alumni network is one of the most valuable assets of an MBA, and many students don’t utilize it fully.

Not For You If: You haven’t actively engaged with your alumni network or don’t see its value.

Monetization Strategies: Offer networking workshops, affiliate marketing for alumni engagement tools, or sponsored posts from alumni-led ventures.

31. The Evolution of E-commerce Businesses 🛍️

What to Write: Explore the growth of e-commerce, its impact on traditional businesses, and the opportunities it presents for MBAs.

Why It’s Good: E-commerce is reshaping the business landscape, and MBAs need to be aware of its implications.

Not For You If: You aren’t familiar with the e-commerce industry or its dynamics or if you don’t even have the interest to learn more about it.

Monetization Strategies: Affiliate marketing for e-commerce tools, webinars on e-commerce trends, or consultancy services for e-commerce startups.

32. Exploring the Gig Economy 🌍

What to Write: Dive into the rise of the gig economy, its advantages, challenges, and its future. Discuss platforms like Upwork, Fiverr, and how MBAs can leverage them.

Why It’s Good: The gig economy is reshaping the world of work, offering flexibility and new opportunities. I already mentioned in the starting that most MBAs in the top B-schools are now thinking about alternate careers like these.

Not For You If: You’re more inclined towards traditional full-time roles.

Monetization Strategies: Offer consultancy for gig workers, courses on maximizing gig platform potential, or affiliate marketing for gig-related tools.

33. The Ethics of Business 🧭

What to Write: Discuss ethical dilemmas in business, corporate social responsibility, and share personal experiences or case studies from your MBA.

Why It’s Good: Ethical considerations are becoming central to modern business practices.

Not For You If: You haven’t explored or shown interest in business ethics.

Monetization Strategies: Offer webinars on ethical business practices, courses on CSR, or consultancy for ethical business strategies.

34. The World of Startups and Entrepreneurship 🚀

What to Write: Share insights on the startup ecosystem, venture capital, bootstrapping, and personal experiences if you’ve launched or worked at a startup.

Why It’s Good: Startups are the buzzword, and insights on navigating the startup world can be invaluable.

Not For You If: You’re more inclined towards established corporations.

Monetization Strategies: Offer startup consultancy, courses on entrepreneurship, or affiliate marketing for startup tools.

35. Digital Transformation for Businesses 🌐

What to Write: Discuss how traditional businesses are adapting to the digital age, challenges they face, and share personal experiences or case studies.

Why It’s Good: Digital transformation is a key challenge and opportunity for many businesses.

Not For You If: You’re not tech-savvy or haven’t explored digital strategies.

Monetization Strategies: Offer digital transformation consultancy, courses on digital tools, or affiliate marketing for digital software.

36. Women in Business Leadership 🚺

What to Write: Share stories of influential women leaders, challenges faced by women in business, and discuss initiatives promoting women in leadership roles.

Why It’s Good: Promoting diversity and understanding challenges faced by women in business is crucial.

Not For You If: You haven’t explored or shown interest in diversity initiatives. Also, please don’t think that if you are a man you can’t pick this. In fact, your perspective will be widely appreciated.

Monetization Strategies: Offer leadership coaching for women, courses on diversity, or affiliate marketing for related books.

37. Business Analytics for Decision Making 📈

What to Write: Dive into how businesses use analytics for decision-making, tools like Tableau, Power BI, and share personal experiences or projects.

Why It’s Good: Data-driven decision-making is becoming the norm in businesses.

Not For You If: You’re not into data or analytics.

Monetization Strategies: Offer courses on business analytics tools, consultancy for data-driven strategies, or affiliate marketing for analytics software.

38. The Changing Landscape of Retail Business 🛍️

What to Write: Discuss the shift from traditional retail to e-commerce, challenges faced by brick-and-mortar stores, and the future of retail.

Why It’s Good: The retail industry is undergoing massive changes, and insights on it are invaluable.

Not For You If: You haven’t explored or shown interest in the retail industry.

Monetization Strategies: Offer retail consultancy, courses on e-commerce, or affiliate marketing for retail tools.

39. AgriTech and Modern Farming 🌾

What to Write: Explore the innovations in agricultural technology, sustainable farming practices, and the business of modern agriculture.

Why It’s Good: As the world focuses on sustainable food sources, understanding the business side of modern farming is crucial.

Not For You If: Agriculture and its technological advancements don’t interest you.

Monetization Strategies: Offer AgriTech consultancy, affiliate marketing for farming tools, or workshops on modern agriculture.

40. The World of Mergers and Acquisitions 💼

What to Write: Dive into the strategies behind M&As, share personal experiences or case studies, and discuss the challenges and opportunities they present.

Why It’s Good: M&As are complex but can reshape industries, making insights on them highly valuable.

Not For You If: You haven’t explored or shown interest in corporate finance or M&As.

Monetization Strategies: Offer consultancy for businesses considering M&As, courses on corporate finance, or affiliate marketing for related tools.

41. The Role of HR in Modern Business 🧑‍💼

What to Write: Discuss the evolving role of HR, challenges in talent management, and the importance of employee well-being. Share personal experiences or insights from your MBA.

Why It’s Good: HR is not just about hiring and firing; it’s central to employee satisfaction and business success.

Not For You If: You haven’t explored or shown interest in HR.

Monetization Strategies: Offer HR consultancy, courses on talent management, or affiliate marketing for HR tools.

42. Sustainable Agriculture Business 🌱

What to Write: Delve into the intricacies of sustainable farming, the rise of organic produce, and how technology is revolutionizing agriculture.

Why It’s Good: With the global shift towards sustainability, there’s a growing interest in understanding the business side of green agriculture.

Not For You If: You’re not keen on the blend of business and sustainable practices.

Monetization Strategies: Offer consultancy for budding agri-businesses, affiliate marketing for organic products, or workshops on sustainable farming.

43. Sports Team Management ⚽

What to Write: Share insights on the business aspects of sports teams, from revenue generation to branding and fan engagement.

Why It’s Good: Sports enthusiasts are curious about the behind-the-scenes business operations of their favorite teams.

Not For You If: You’re not into sports or the business side of it.

Monetization Strategies: Offer sports management consultancy, affiliate marketing for sports merchandise, or workshops on sports branding.

44. Commercial Space Exploration 🚀

What to Write: Explore the business opportunities in space tourism, satellite launches, and the commercial aspects of space exploration.

Why It’s Good: The final frontier is opening up for business, and people are curious about it.

Not For You If: Space and its business potential don’t excite you.

Monetization Strategies: Space tourism consultancy, selling space-themed merchandise, or workshops on space business.

45. Luxury Fashion Business 👠

What to Write: Dive into the world of luxury fashion, discussing brand collaborations, global marketing strategies, and the economics behind high-end brands.

Why It’s Good: Fashion enthusiasts are always eager to know more about the luxury segment of the industry.

Not For You If: High-end fashion doesn’t appeal to you.

Monetization Strategies: Offer fashion consultancy, affiliate marketing for luxury brands, or workshops on luxury brand management.

46. Waste Management and Recycling ♻️

What to Write: Discuss the business models around sustainable waste management, recycling, and upcycling.

Why It’s Good: With the global push for sustainability, understanding waste management from a business perspective is crucial.

Not For You If: Environmental issues and their business implications don’t interest you.

Monetization Strategies: Offer sustainability consultancy, affiliate marketing for eco-products, or workshops on waste management.

47. Video Game Industry Economics 🎮

What to Write: Delve into the revenue models of the gaming industry, the rise of e-sports, and the business side of game development.

Why It’s Good: The gaming industry is booming, and enthusiasts are keen to understand its business side.

Not For You If: You’re not a gamer or interested in the industry’s economics.

Monetization Strategies: Offer game development consultancy, affiliate marketing for gaming tools, or workshops on game monetization.

48. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Business 🕶️

What to Write: Dive into the business aspects of VR and AR, from gaming to real-world applications and innovations.

Why It’s Good: The VR and AR industry is booming, and enthusiasts are keen to understand its business side.

Not For You If: You’re not into the tech side of VR and AR.

Monetization Strategies: Offer VR/AR consultancy, affiliate marketing for VR/AR tools, or workshops on VR/AR business.

49. Art Business and Auctions 🎨

What to Write: Dive into the world of art auctions, gallery management, and the business side of art investments.

Why It’s Good: Art enthusiasts are keen to understand the business side of their passion.

Not For You If: You’re not into art or its commercial side.

Monetization Strategies: Offer art consultancy, affiliate marketing for art tools, or workshops on art business.

50. Adventure Tourism Business 🏞️

What to Write: Share insights on the business side of adventure tourism, from package creation to risk management.

Why It’s Good: Adventure seekers are curious about the business side of their favorite activities.

Not For You If: Adventure and its business side don’t appeal to you.

Monetization Strategies: Offer adventure tourism consultancy, affiliate marketing for adventure gear, or workshops on adventure business.

51. Digital Payment Ecosystems 💳

What to Write: Explore the world of digital payments, fintech startups, and the economics behind cashless transactions.

Why It’s Good: As the world moves towards a cashless economy, understanding the business side of digital payments is crucial.

Not For You If: Fintech and its intricacies don’t interest you.

Monetization Strategies: Offer fintech consultancy, affiliate marketing for payment tools, or workshops on digital payment business.

How to Start Blogging: A Step-by-Step Guide for MBA Students 

Starting a blog might seem daunting at first, but with the right guidance and determination, it can be a smooth journey. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you kickstart your blogging career:

  1. Find Your Niche: As an MBA student, you have many topics to choose from. Whether it’s case studies, internship experiences, or leadership lessons, pick a niche you’re passionate about.
  1. Choose a Blogging Platform: Platforms like WordPress, Blogger, and Medium are popular choices. For beginners, WordPress is highly recommended due to its user-friendly interface and customization options.
  1. Pick a Domain Name: Your domain name is your blog’s identity. Choose something catchy, relevant, and easy to remember.
  1. Design Your Blog: Aesthetics matter. Use themes and plugins to make your blog visually appealing and functional.
  1. Create Quality Content: Content is king. Research your topics well, write engaging posts, and ensure they provide value to your readers.
  1. Engage with Your Audience: Respond to comments, engage with readers on social media, and build a community around your blog.
  1. Monetize Your Blog: Once you have a steady traffic flow, consider monetizing through affiliate marketing, sponsored posts, or selling digital products.
  1. Stay Consistent: Blogging requires consistency. Set a posting schedule and stick to it.
  1. Promote Your Blog: Use social media, SEO techniques, and email marketing to drive traffic to your blog.
  1. Never Stop Learning: The digital landscape is always evolving. Stay updated with the latest trends and adapt accordingly.

If you’re serious about turning your blog into a lucrative career, consider enrolling in my course, Career GTM. It’s designed specifically for MBA students and aspirants, guiding them to finalize their areas of expertise, grow their personal brand, and monetize their knowledge. 

Many students have transformed their side hustle into a full-time career, all thanks to the strategies taught in Career GTM. Take advantage of this opportunity!

Conclusion 

Blogging is more than just a hobby; it’s a powerful tool that can open doors to a world of opportunities. As an MBA student, you’re in a unique position to leverage your knowledge, experiences, and insights to create a blog that not only resonates with your peers but also establishes you as a thought leader in your niche. Remember, every successful blogger starts with a single post. 

So, take the plunge, be consistent, and watch your blog grow into a thriving online community. Your journey to a fulfilling and wealth-creating career in blogging starts now. Best of luck!

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About the author

  • Darpan Saxena

    Darpan is a Marketing Strategist & Consultant by profession and a blogger by hobby. He is an engineer by qualification and also an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Udaipur. In his 6+ years of professional experience, he has crafted go-to-market strategies for brands like Abbott (in Singapore), Genpact and CL Educate apart from the other small and medium businesses which have witnessed growth through his marketing and strategy consultation. Darpan has worked as a Product Head of the biggest vertical of an education technology company in New Delhi.

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