I'll be honest, I love wiki's. They are great ways of describing scenarios and step-by-step instructions such as guides, which I enjoy authoring. However, I also enjoy visitors on my blog, where I write articles on odd bits from time to time. I own a website for my blog but I'm highly involved in a community that has its own wiki. The community discussions are very often generating tons of guides, including my own versions. The community wiki seems like the ideal place for me to create my guides, since they have a wiki suitable for the guides I write. However, doing this means less traffic to my blog and that's an issue I haven't come to grips with how to handle. Referring to a guide I write on the community wiki means less traffic for my blog, where browsers would have a chance to discover even more content.
Any tips and suggestions about this would be great. I'm getting more and more inclined to not write guides on the wiki and instead only make them on my blog because of this which, frankly, sucks.