Hello, I would like some advice if the experts find the following setup will raise flags or will affect ranking. I'm about to publish 6 sites, in the same niche, with this setup: - Somewhat different HTML / Template (basic same template, HTML moved around, changed, etc) - Different CSS - Similar JS (jquery, etc) - Different top Image Header - Different Content - Similar sections - Identical Images - Different Image filenames - Different Internal URLs - Different Title, Meta Description tags - No Meta Keywords tags (is this still necessary?) - Different ALT, TITLE Img Tags The only flag I see is using the same images for the 6 sites, I was either thinking saving the images at a different compression which technically will create "different" image files. But I use JPG, GIF and PNG, so that would only work for the JPG, I still need to go and change the GIFs and PNGs and we are talking around 200 images, that would mean creating 1,200 images, tons of work. Plus I like very much the ones I created. Will this fall int the "cookie cutter" approach Google frawns upon? The sites are competing within each other, offering similar services at different prices and terms. I don't see why this is wrong. I plan to basically block the images folder in the robots.txt file. Please let me know if you think this is a "no-no" or this is basically fine. The reason could be I don't want my images to be able to be searched in Google Images. Many thanks!