I tried searching about this topic on another website and I got a long list of people suggesting that blogs in English are a saturated market. Non native speakers should stick to their own language and enjoy the great benefits...
... seriously?!? Maybe I tried a place where most people think of blogging as a career path, but for me it is just one the many tools I should deal with. There is the journaling part of it to organize my thoughts, the brand building and the networking with like minded people. Later of course, comes the big world of content marking. All those are things I do not want to avoid and I really dislike the idea of having an intermediary every time I need to reach out the world out there.
I can post around forums without worrying too much. On a mailing list or a product page thou, I do freak out quite a bit. However I don't think I will get better at it without practice. Probably because of that I even need to start blogging more often!
Blogging of course is just part of the bigger picture. Documentation, answering back in forums or support requests, email list... there are many places (and a lot of proofreading expenses) where I will be exposed when building a community and I want to cover the largest possible audience.
For the native speakers out there. How do you react when you find content from a non native speaker? Do you run away? Is it just normal for you? do you ever get used to bad English?
For the non natives. How do you manage your "getting better at it"? do you just avoid worrying too much? spend some cash on professional proofreading? in which cases do you take that step?