I'd love additional feedback on this, but it occurred to me that the best way to index and rank in Google is to utilize Google's tools and (at least appear to) try to look legit. One way to do this is to utilize Google Custom Search (GCS). Google provides a pretty simple 3-4 step process for generating a custom search box for your site. If you've ever created an adsense ad for generating PPC revenue on your site, then you can do this. The process is pretty much identical. The reason I believe this can provide you with speedy, accurate indexing and (potentially) protection from de-indexing is because Google's primary purpose (beyond making money) is providing a good search service. The key is in the step where you list the web properties/domains that you want included in any potential search. Here, you can list any domain you want, whether you own it or not. Even if it's not relevant, I don't see any reason why you wouldn't want to list every domain you own. Remember, Google needs to spider and index every page of the listed domains in order to be able to provide good search results. So, it stands to reason that any domains you list here will be spidered and indexed fully by Google. If anyone has additional info or an alternate theory, I'm all ears. This isn't rocket science, just my 2 cents. Best of luck.