Most people know that BMR, ALN, etc. are getting many of their sites; if not all, deindexed because Google found out about them. The solution should have been so simple. What most of these blog network owners did not realize is that the key to staying under the radar is to have a smaller network and to close the network after a set number of blogs. Unfortunately, most of the networks think that by limiting the number of blog posts from 15 to 5 or 9 to 3, they will prevent themselves from getting deindexed. The blog network should LIMIT the number of blogs to 2,500 and the number of people who join to 100 AND charge a monthly fee of $27 - $57 per month. Once those limits have been reached, the network sets up another totally different site with no footprint again LIMITING to 2,500 blogs and 100 people. Each uniquely spun article should have been only posted to 5 sites. If the same spun article was re-used for more than 5 sites, the system would block the article from going through. So for example, ALN should have had about 12 different sites that were closed to the public because at one point they had 30,000+ blogs. Also the networks should have prevented their users from putting numbers in their alias names when posting, which creates a footprint, and to also prevent their users from using their sites on multiple networks. If ALN had done this, they could have easily been earning at least $30,000 to $68,000+ per month, which would have allowed them to create more and more blog network sites. It is NOT about the posting rate, etc. as much as it is about the SIZE of the network. BMR and ALN had many thousands of sites and everybody knew about them, which creates bad attention. So blog network owners, next time LIMIT the number of people who join and LIMIT the number of blogs in each network!