It makes sense to share your work online as long as you make sure to do some quality check. Students can benefit from availability of this type of material and it can indeed improve the online presence of the author.
- Check for English correction as best as you can. I would strongly suggest languagetool.org as an excellent tool for this.
- Do not copy direct parts from other authors, make sure not to plagiarize. This is something that takes time and is often overlooked. Clearly point out where you are quoting and where words are your own. Always give author's name, date and page where the information was obtained. Here is an excellent source in the subject: Melbourne University Student Skill manual
- Conform to one citation standard and check correctness of the citations (provide a doi whenever possible).
- Use an open science tool, so to permit transparency of the contents. This is particularly important if your report includes statistics. Have a look in the Knitr R package or my own Mighty_Make.
You can list any material you want in your ORCID page. However, do that clarifying which material was peer-reviewed, and which was not. Graduation level reviews goes in the group of non-peer-reviewed scientific contributions.
Where to publish?
This is the easy part, a very effective tool is zenodo.org. Once you feel your document is ready for submission, you can upload it there, and you will have a doi for your material so it can be cited and tracked.