Been reading the forums for some time now, and (as a confirmed non-techie), would be most appreciative of the benefits of your advice. I have been collecting domain names, for several years, with the intention of using them for the purposes of my own business, (entirely unrelated to domains or computing). As a result, I own a pile of names, some of which are very relevant, exact match domains, within my professional sphere. To draw an analogy, if I were in the motor trade (which I am not), the names may have been along the lines of engines.co.uk, gearbox.co.uk, windscreen.co.uk … you get the picture. (okay, and some less attractive ones too!). Nearly all are .co.uk. Just as an indication of how disinterested and inept I have been, the majority of the names have been pointed at lists of competitors’ sites by the company through which I purchased them … for years! A couple of names which I have deliberately let drop, have been picked up by Edwin, which presumably means I also lack commercial nous !! Anyway, in a new found rush of unaccustomed enthusiasm, I’ve decided to extract a digit, lick the cleanest bit, and test the wind. My initial thoughts (to prove I’m tight as well as lazy) are to put up a series of mini-sites, possibly individually designed, maybe Wordpress and I’m even considering using the templates provided by the company where they’re registered. Each site would be on a specific topic with an exact matching domain. Some would provide straightforward information and contact details, and some would be used to sell a product or service. My question is if, taking this approach, I would be putting myself at risk of incurring the wrath of the Google Monster, by having each mini-site contain links to all the other sites. As suggested, it would genuinely be for people to link to separate but related topics of relevance, not simply to scatter-gun some links around. Your thoughts, comments or better suggestions would be most welcome (especially if they are in words I understand). Thank you.