An author’s name should always be prominently displayed on any blog post they write. However, there are a few methods you can use to hide the author’s name on a blog post.
One way to hide the author’s name on a blog post is to use third-party content management systems (CMSs). If you’re using a CMS like WordPress, you can easily add a custom function that automatically replaces the author’s name with “Anonymous” whenever you publish a blog post.
Another way to hide the author’s name on a blog post is to use an anonymous blogging platform like Blogger or Tumblr. This option is best for posts that don’t need to be attributed to any specific individual, such as tutorials or tips.
Just make sure to include a link back to your original blog post in your anonymous blog post so readers can learn more about who wrote it.
Finally, you can also simply omit the author’s name from your posts altogether. This is the simplest option if you just want to share some thoughts or ideas without attaching your name to them.
Just make sure that your readers know who wrote what before they start reading – either by including a byline at the bottom of each post or mentioning it in your content title.