Erlang blog posts thread
See #main-blog-post-threads for others in this series.
There are two ways to post links to your blog posts here.
The first is the standard method of simply posting it in one of the #main-blog-post-threads (such as this one) for the BEAM language your blog post is about.
The second is posting it via Devtalk inside any of the blog posts sections - and we’ll automatically cross-post here in a dedicated thread as well so long as your accounts both here and there have the same username as well as primary email address
- Your blog post gets a dedicated thread here as well as on Devtalk.
- Your blog post gets tweeted by our account here as well as the Devtalk account.
- When it’s cross-posted here we automatically add a
yournameis your username. This lets people follow your blog posts easily, or, if they’re not to that person’s tastes, to mute them.
- We remove the
rel=nofollowattribute for all posts that feature on the Devtalk homepage system.
- Simply ensure your account there has the same username and email as your account here (you’ll need to register one if you don’t already have one there).
- When you create the thread there ensure it is in one of the blog posts sections and don’t forget to include the tag for the BEAM language your blog post is about (if it’s about more than one just include the tag for the primary language - threads tagged with Erlang will be posted here and those tagged with Elixir will be posted on the Elixir Forum).
- As soon as you initiate thread creation there, paste the link in the title field - this is what will remove
rel-nofollowfrom the link on the Devtalk frontend (you can change the title once the link has registered).
- If you just want to quickly post a link to your blog post use the option 1.
- If you want more exposure or if you self-host your blog and want to improve your search engine rankings, use the second option.
Enjoy! We can’t wait to see more Erlang and BEAM bloggers
This also works for podcasts.