Anyone keen on publishing content online has three options, in terms of how they can go about that venture.
The first option is the one where you publish the content on your own blog. There are certain free blogging platforms that you can use, if you don’t feel like paying for web hosting. But having a self-hosted blog is superior, in many ways, if you can afford it.
The second option is the one where you publish the content on your own static website. A static website can be configured in such a way that its content keeps on being updated: meaning that, in spite of it being referred to as being a ‘static’ website, it actually ends up being a dynamic site. This works well if the content is coming from a database that is being constant updated. At the very least, that is the model we see at a site like the Macys employee connection portal, where the concerned people (Macys associates) can find information on any employee Insite retains, that being information pertaining to their employment with Macys.
The third option is the one where you publish the content on a social media website. If, for instance, the content you have in mind is made up of small nuggets of wisdom, you can opt to publish them through Twitter. You can alternatively opt to publish through the Facebook posts service.