I currently have a couple of websites. One website is directly related to my field and one website is adjacent to my field (with some emphasis on entrepreneurship). I've been posting video content on YouTube as well. The content I post on those websites clearly demonstrate that I have a deep understanding of certain topics related to positions I'm searching for currently.
I have those websites on my LinkedIn profile so that people who consume my content can easily find me for additional questions and communications.
Intuitively, it would seem to me that demonstrating my understanding of topics related to my field should actually help me in a job search. However, I've been seeing advice lately saying that some recruiters and hiring managers would actually penalize me and not consider me for positions if they found out I have side gigs. Apparently, some recruiters and hiring managers would see that as me diverting time away from the job they want me to do, not displaying adequate loyalty to them, being less manageable because I'm potentially getting extra money from elsewhere, etc. Would that be true in my case?
Is this a big enough concern to never mention the content I've been posting on my resume? And is this a big enough concern to not mention my content on my LinkedIn profile as well?