Hey everyone, I've spent some time recently creating new Web 2.0 blogs and sites so that I can post spun articles on them with backlinks to the money site containing the original article. Each blog or site is named after the original website. So if, for example, the original website is bhwisawesome(dot)com, the blogs are all something like bhwisawesome(dot)blogspot(dot)com or bhwisawesome(dot)weebly(dot)com, etc. We're talking about 50 different Web 2.0s with the same name as the money site. I was just doing all this in autopilot and it didn't really occur to me to step back and think that this might not be such a good idea. After all, at the end of the day, I'm creating sites that are nothing more than parallel sites to the original (I repeat: They contain the same articles as the original site, albeit well-spun and Copyscape-passed versions). Surely this constitutes a blindingly obvious backlinking footprint, should Adsense ever investigate? (Blogger automatically added my blogs to my Analytics account without my consent, so they already know about them ). So the questions I pose are thus: Should I rename these 2.0 sites to something different? Do you name yours after your original site? Or am I being paranoid?