If your blog posts are similar to this post, you'll probably be fine. In this post, you seemed transparent about your thoughts and didn't seem arrogant. Although, I do agree that something like a blog title could be taken out of context. Maybe you should share the title you're considering in your post or with friends so people can provide feedback?
Similarly, I'd guess that if you explain your reasoning and confidence in your claims, you'll be more willing to update them after publishing. Then I'd guess you'd be less likely to feel like you've staked your reputation on a statement.
And if nobody reads it, so what? That would be the same outcome as not publishing anyway.
I don't know enough about how your posts would affect your career. But unless your audience is huge, I'd presume you could delete your posts before you apply to jobs.
When someone defers, they defer to a person or group. And presumably, as someone learns more about a person it becomes easier to decide when to defer to their judgment. I agree that learning more about a subject would help someone assess any person/group who claims to have knowledge about that subject.
Maybe it's worth adding snakebite deaths to the global health list. https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/WyqGircJgCBG9ivNL/snakebites-kill-100-000-people-every-year-here-s-what-you
Hey ! I'd be happy to join. I'm planning to start a blog on a wide variety of EA related topics.
Awesome. Thanks for letting me know!
It would be great if I could link to a comment.
(And sorry if this was already suggested. I couldn't find it when I searched "link to")
EA satire sounds interesting. How about Mad Magazine? That would be cheaper than Last Week Tonight, the brand isn’t attached to one person like John Oliver and it could be a good job for people that have written rationalist fiction?