I strongly suggest you sign your blog posts.
[EDIT-ADDITION]: ...and embed your blog URL in your name (in my case: my aka nickname, which is also the title of my primary, flagship blog). On Blogger, I embed the URL in my aka [also known as] by highlighting "Vaspers the Grate", then click-selecting the link icon (in the field above post text entry box: bold, italics, hyperlink, block quote, spell check, add image). Next, a popup text entry box appears, with "http://" pre-entered, and I just add the rest of the URL. "Vaspers the Grate" in my signature is now an embedded hypertext link.
It takes just a few more keystrokes, a few seconds.
But then, if someone copy and pastes one of your posts into their blog or web site, they may be so sloppy they'll forget to delete your signature, thus readers will see who actually wrote the post.
I don't mind, except they could at least intro it by saying "Here's a great article by [your name] at [your blog URL]". That's just netiquette, being appreciative and polite.
Just look at this brilliant article on 36 Ways to Enhance Blog Credibility:
This "osCOMMERCE" web site stole my entire article, posted it on their site, with no explanation, no comment, no introduction, as if they wrote it.
Yikes. Look at all that Vaspers the Grate imagery, hyperlinkage, and signage. This particular post happened to have big digital art specimens, so big and unscalable, they're breaking the layout of the site as viewed in my Firefox browser.
[signed] Steven Streight aka Vaspers the Grate