First off, thank you for being patient as I'm a longtime BHW user but usually I just go for the marketplace side of things. I run a site that is an annual niche service. We operate from May through September selling a service, and usually we end up ranking between 1 and 3 for one specific keyword though about two months of prior (about $850 worth) of SEO packages from the marketplace. Mainly social signals and high PR backlinks. Unfortunately, around the end of month 3, we always get the notification in Webmaster Tools that there are unnatural inbound links to our site. We end op switching our domain name yearly and we always lose reputation in the industry (brand loyalty is key) because people don't recognize our new domain name. So here's what I plan to do: I will purchase two relevant buffer domains and point all packages at those and then link to my main site on the buffer domains, so that my main site (the one that we actually want to rank) is pushed into the #1 position again. However, I'm not really sure what I should put on the buffer sites (content wise) and what the best practices are. I've been searching around on BHW but I couldn't find anything that really outlined how I could go about avoiding the 'unnatural inbound links' problem. So this is what I've come up with. Can someone offer any advice on whether or not this is the correct way to handle this?