Poor writing skills are excessive ballast that threaten to sink the good ship, Blogsphere. You read it everywhere; someplace's bad writing obscures otherwise interesting thoughts, in other places this woefully lack of skill demonstrates painfully hasty writing. The worst examples remind readers of boorish conversationalists who speak from fear of silence. Gosh, I'm as guilty as everyone else.
Instead, reflect on Occam's Razor: write only to improve the blank page; speak to improve upon the silence, otherwise just shut-up.
Pain or no pain this applies: Do not multiply entities beyond necessity. A thought is incomplete if a writer is unable to explain that thought in 3 sentences; writers must not write on topics that are incomplete thoughts. Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must remain silent.
A woman, Liz Strauss, writes a really interesting blog, Successful Blog(ers), http://www.successful-blog.com/301-what-is-an-sob/ examines many commonalities among good blogs. Even if you're not a writer, you might look at her page, which explains what draws you to certain blogs or authors. What do your favorites have in common?
Tip-toeing away, Colin