I will be creating sites using AFM (AutoFill Magic). So they will be 5--10 posts with About Me, Contact, and all the other essential pages. A) Appoximately how long does it take for Google to trust a new Web 2.0 site? B) If I have a 10 page site how many links to my money site should I have? 1 link per post? 1 link per account (1 link to my money site on the whole site/account)? What is a good number? C) Should I use only Do Follow Web 2.0 platforms or do I need some No Follow platforms too? D) Basically I will be building my own Web 2.0 blog network. How long until it becomes useful? These links will be pointing to about a 100 page money site. It is 7 years old and has a DA of 38 and PA between 16-41. Google says it has 7000+ backlinks now. All posts (nearly all, some short posts were not) were optimized to Yoast SEO specifications. For articles I used Spin Rewriter to spin the paragraphs and sentence structures. Then I put those into The Best Spinner and went through each one myself adding and deleting any messed up grammar or syntax and making sure the synonyms were plentiful and made sense. The articles don't look like ESL or a spin. They will fool people who work in this niche. .................... If the wait time for Google trust is too long, is Domain Hunter Gatherer a good way to find expired Web 2.0s to get something started sooner? I also have Scrapebox, which should find them too. Well, I sort of have SB. (I am in the middle of transferring it from a now defunct Virtual Box on my machine to the main computer and the transfer is not going well, but eventually it will work, I hope. So far a 12 hour transfer has turned into 3 business days, almost 4, but I have hope. He has a good reputation, so trust, I think, is warranted) Anyway, I should be able to put the expired domains into Market Samurai and get a boatload of statistics on the domain itself to see if it is worth pursuing, right? I think SB even has a Moz addon. Is it a good idea to stay away from Tumbler, Weebly, and Blogspot because of rampant re-regestering,or is that nonsense? If Tumbler, Weebly, and Blogspot are messed up are the other platforms OK to pursue or do you think Google will devalue all of the Web 2.0s? Anyway, once the are either built or re-registered to me I should be able to maintain them with AFM. Or am I making this too hard? Thank you for considering this somewhat rambling question.