>From what I've read, having multiple domain names pointing to the same site is actually *bad* for SEO. But I have a client who has a site, let's say something like bigdolls.com. All URLs in this email are made up, even if they exist. That's his main site. He also owns 20 other domains like detroitbigdolls.com reallybigdolls.com bigdollsforgirls.com etc. He has one of these now setup as a separate site called detroitbigdolls.com with one page with a basically just a big link to bigdolls.com. According to his stats, he gets over 20 visits a day to bigdolls.com as referrals from that site. He wants me now to make another 20 of these, one for each domain name. I think this will also be bad for SEO, no? I imagine that Google et all will probably determine that these are "bad" incoming links. I'm not sure about this. I suggested perhaps just point all 20 domains to the detroitbigdolls.com site and then Google will realize that it's only one incoming link and it's OK but still if people search for one of his domain names they will get there and then to his real site. Any thoughts?