Advance the science. If we do meta-analysis better, science and application will profit, and resources can be better allocated for these purposes.
Assume a general, broad audience. Some, perhaps most, readers will not be university affiliated at all. Some may have no clue (yet) what the heck a ‘meta-analysis’ is. (Perhaps they think, “super-Freud,” as though "meta-analysis" means "super-psycho-analytic"?) Thus, folks will certainly care very little about, say, "PSYC 5131" (a meta-analysis course at a certain university).
Be brave! You might be a mere beginner at meta-analysis: So much the better! Meta-analysis is spreading widely (some might say "wildly") around the scholarly world, and it is largely because beginners continue daring to do it. Therefore: The things you are learning even while being a beginner may be vastly valuable to other beginners—perhaps most valuable—and therefore should be shared. Enuf said.
Be modest! By the same token: OK, maybe you really have done something great with meta-analysis or with resources to facilitate meta-analysis, but one can go too far, right?
Invite your friends to join! Let a thousand flowers bloom!