Hey guys, I need some advice going forward with a new creation. My company owns and operates 30-40 websites. 4-5 of these are really good, high quality sites that attracts a lot of natural links. To spin up new projects, we've made a PHP and Wordpress widget to distribute link juice in our network - so that new sites can quickly get a "boost". Our quality sites are primarily in the 53-55 Domain Authority range, as measured by Ahrefs. Our lesser quality websites are generally in the 40-50's DA range. Basicly, it works like this: - We have created a Wordpress and PHP widget that we have inserted on the frontpage and sub pages of 20-30 of our websites - The widget grabs a CSV file from a centralized server, selects 10 random links (with associated anchor texts) and displays them on the site - The CSV file contains roughly 100 links and anchor links, all to our own pages - Because the widget is shown on sub pages and shows links, every link from the CSV file is displayed (in average) a total of 10-12.000 times from 20-30 different websites (all on different IP's, most on different C-blocks) Because it takes Google time to index all of the sub pages of the 20-30 websites, and because all links are random, fetching a new set every time Google visits, the links appear in Google's index gradually over 1-2 months - making the insertion seem more natural. Key advantages: - When we start a new project, we can insert the URL and anchor texts into the CSV file, and we automatically get 10-12.000 backlinks from 20-30 domains over the course of 1-2 months - None of the sites containing the random link-widget links to the other random link-widget sites, only sites without the widget, making it quite hard for Google to detect. We just started doing this 1-2 weeks ago, so we haven't seen any real results yet. However, I would love your input on the idea. Do you think it will work, or is there some part of the project that is fundamentally flawed?