MYF Approved weekly October 19: less is more, niche sites, and blogs

myf approvedIn today’s MYF Approved Weekly we have a wide range of topics. The MYF weekly series is designed as a way to cherry pick a few of the best posts from around the web. The idea is to help you get up to date with what is going on.

Let’s jump in.

Less is more: unshackle yourself and do more

In this post I talk about how less is more and how by choosing to do less, you can actually do more.

Action tip: Choose one thing from the list of things you do that isn’t helping your business and remove it from your to do list.

Key takeaway: Do only those things with the greatest return on investment.

Introducing Our Niche Site Case Study (With a Twist)

In this post Glen launches a new niche site case study that has a twist. His idea is very interesting. He’s approaching it from three different ways (anything, only social SEO, and only SEO). It’s going to be really interesting to see how it all pans out.

Action tip: Follow the case study to learn how you can apply it to your business.

Key takeaway: Don’t be afraid to try different things.

Why add a Blog to Your Website

Judi Graff from FarmNwife talks about why your website should have a blog as well. I totally agree with her ideas and every farm website should have a blog.

Action tip: Start a blog on your website.

Key takeaway: Having a blog on your website will increase the chances that Google finds it.

GFP034: Advice on beginning a farm with Shawn Scott of Hoosier Roots Farm

John from Farm Marketing Solutions has a talk with Shawn about how he started his farm. Definitely worth a listen for any new or seasoned farmer.

Action tip: Don’t take on unnecessary debt.

Key takeaway: It takes a lot of determination to start a farm. You have to seriously want it.

How Google is Changing Long-Tail Search with Efforts Like Hummingbird – Whiteboard Friday

With all the recent changes from Google with its Hummingbird update this Whiteboard Friday gives you a little insight from Rand. It is definitely worth a listen if you are curious about how it is going to affect your website.

Action tip: Create better content.

Key takeaway: Google is constantly changing its algorithm so it’s best to stick with what’s ok with Google and not any blackhat stuff (unless you seriously know what you are doing)

Final thoughts

A lot is changing in the SEO world. As long as you are creating value, Google will reward you.

Stay classy.


  1. You do have a wide range of topics in your post. Thanks for the mention.

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