Bad grammar. Should I risk it?

Hungary
August 9, 2012 8:54am CST
Hi all, I got some good advices from people of Mylot and I would try to make a blog again. Sadly, my English isn't prefect. I could use well... my main language but that would reach less people. Should I make a blog what hasn't got the best grammar or it scares away visitors?
2 responses
@Mashnn (4503)
9 Aug 12
It is much better to have a blog on your native language since you are more comfortable writing about it. If you go for an English type of blog, you will find that you are running out of ideas. The other way is to have an English blog but make sure that you are practicing to write alot.
• Hungary
9 Aug 12
So a blog in my less popular native language can be better than a crappy but english blog? Alright guess I need to accept that.
@Mashnn (4503)
9 Aug 12
I believe yes. You can always target alot of local traffic and you will be alright.
• Hungary
9 Aug 12
Thanks. I will make a hungarian blog than. It will be a great fun.
• United States
9 Aug 12
Blogs lose credibility if the readers can't understand what they are reading. If your grammar is bad, I would highly recommend you write in your own language. If you believe English would get more attention, perhaps you can get some one who is better in grammar to help you edit your work.
• Hungary
9 Aug 12
Thanks for the advice. There are many popular blogs in my language too. But I was afraid I will reach it's limit earlier than with an English blog. How about a good online spellchecker?
• United States
9 Aug 12
Spellcheckers are okay, but they won't catch bad grammar. There are also some online grammar checks, but you have to be careful, because some of them don't catch mistakes at all.
• Hungary
9 Aug 12
I tried one and it says Mylot is a mistake. I should write Mayo! That's why I would slap the spellcheckers :D Well I got a niche, a languge and a style. My blog's plans are done. I just need to begin. Thanks for the help.