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Cyclob




msg:423008
 10:34 am on Nov 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi..

I'm now having a problem which needs some good advice from you guys. I'm currently working with a company which has a hugh website and now they wants to launch a lot of small websites (around 100) which we call 'Network Sites'.

They all have different IP address and unique domain name for each one. The purpose of launching these network sites is because they want to targeted on each keyword, so each sites will be targeted on each unique keyword...ie. one for Blue Widges, one for Red Widges, one for Yellow Widges...and so on.

And my problem is finding the proper way of linking across each network site and also link back to the main website as well. I've heard that linking across within network sites could be penalized from Google, and I saw some example too but they use Sub-Domain (http://blue-widgets.widgets.com) instead of normal domain.

Since these websites has unique IP and domain name so...will this case be exceptional?

Please give me some advise of how to link properly among those sites and also give the links back to Main Sites as well because I'm now don't have any clue of how to start.

Thank you in advance guys

Cyclob

 

hakre




msg:423009
 8:12 am on Nov 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

cyclob, what you're asking for sounds quite like spam. are you serious about this?

DaveAtIFG




msg:423010
 2:10 am on Nov 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

Check digitalghost's strategy in message 30 at [webmasterworld.com...] It's a sound approach.

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