I’ve been evaluating moving my personal blogging over to write.as, I really like the ethos and community aspects. I have two blogs currently, a professional one associated with my real name and a goofy one related to a niche interest of mine that I just prefer to keep separate. I’ve also considered trying my hand at writing some fiction, which I would also prefer to do psuedo-anonymously.
It seems to me like write.as might be a great choice with the multiple blogs thing, but what I can’t really tell is if they are truly disconnected from the public’s POV. I noticed there’s the concept of a primary blog & wasn’t sure if that means that the other two are linked to that user account in ways I’m not currently understanding.
Apologies if I’m missing an explanation somewhere, but I wanted to ask because I’m thinking of taking advantage of the anniversary deal but wanted to be sure I understood this before committing for 5 years
Gotcha, thanks for the reply! Understandable, didn’t realize it was just one person right now. It seems anecdotally like there’s a surge in interest, I’ve had quite a few people ask me about it since I started using it. Hope the team can scale too
There’s no way to determine that two blogs belong to the same person. Each blog get its own alias. If your first blog had the alias “MyFirstBlog”, and your second one has an alias “MySecondBlog”, on the browser the urls for those two blogs will be https://write.as/myfirstblog and https://write.as/mysecondblog. That’s all you will see and there’s no way to know that the same person owns the two blogs.
A lot of people are busy writing and not many frequent this forum. For an idea of how active, check the read.write.as feed.