[thelist] SEO Proposal

Julian Rickards julian.rickards at gmail.com
Tue Nov 7 12:27:45 CST 2006

I don't think that there is a problem where (using Kimberly's example) a
real estate site has multiple sites (one for each realtor) that each link to
the main site: this is legimate. Some software sites use the same type of
strategy whereby ABC Software creates various software such as SoftA, SoftB,
SoftC, etc. and each one has their own site (SoftA.com, SoftA.net) with
links to the ABC Software company. But, this is a far cry from creating 80
link farm-like sites.

On 07/11/06, Kimberley Rivero <kimberley.rivero at gmail.com> wrote:
> I know of a real estate site that has done this successfully.  So far!
> They own many sites which all have some fluff text about real estate
> and then each site links back to the main site.
> This site has many more incoming links than any of it's local
> competitor's sites, but 95% of them are self-generated.
> So far Google doesn't seem to be penalizing them, as they are on top
> for lots of important keyword phrases.
> What I haven't done is to try to determine if all those fake sites are
> hosted on the same server or not.  I have read that Google notices
> (and doesn't like) if lots of your site's incoming links are coming
> from sites that are hosted on the same server.
> - Kim
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