In a couple of other posts, I’ve mentioned that my blog’s moved around more times than it should have.
When it started on blogger.com, I was writing about the PolkaSpots Wi-Fi Service but we already had a blog over there, so I was always a bit lost.
Over time, my blog was neglected and my posts weren’t doing anything for me or PolkaSpots.
Last November I found myself in the middle of the Zambian bush. I was there to help Link.net.zm install their PolkaSpots Wi-Fi Hotspots. My accomodation was a little, sparse, wooden house. I had a lot of time to think and write and without realising, my posts flooded out.
When I read the blog back, there are typos and spelling mistakes, but I don’t care because they came from the heart and the posts were real. I had something to talk about and the time to write.
If you want to write a good blog, don’t just type for the sake of it or because you think it will help. It won’t.