Hi. Here you go: sfgate.com Sitemap shows 5 million pages. G shows around 1,7 Mil indexed pages. Seem to rock on stable & increasing traffic, content is damn fine also - definitely not an AB or garbage spin, even not a retarded manual spins from 3rd class countries. I try to imagine how many man-hour can that amount of content require and it's huge - like 5 million man-hours at least. But the site is alive only for 5 years or so. That's 43800 hours. So... 114 people working 24/7 ?? Want to tell me they buy content? Ok. According to semrush, during last 5 years they have had on average 162 Mil visits. Monetized via adsense, so lets take $15 of eCPM: 162M / 1000 * 15 = $2 430 000. Lets assume that 1 article costs $10 (which may not be the case with quality texts though). With those 2.4 million bucks of profit they could invest in 243 000 articles only - and sit tight without any profit so far. Impossible. Any ideas?