First of all, thank you all for this forum! With my 10 years of programming experience, and lots of failed projects (due to missing SEO/SEM and conversion) I'm really psyched about the information I'm getting from this forum. Before I go strictly grey / black hat, I decided to whip up another one of my ideas. I would really appreciate some feedback, and whether or not you think I got a shot at earning money with this. Project outline A world war 2 site, which lists movies and games in recommended viewing order. Ajax application which allows the user to select a progress per movie/game, in order to check it off as "detail, buy, or seen" Highly optimized SEO (at least to my knowledge) with optimized keywords. Keywords reused for site names, title, even images and their description. Social-Bookmarking buttons. Revenue via AdSense on product detail page. Revenue via Amazon by cloaked white hat "buy" link for each product. Success so far: Project developed within 3 days with my own database format. Reusable code to spawn similiar sites with different design/content, to expand my network. Google crawled all of my pages within 12 hrs (site:domain) (still PR0 though). Unknown amount of backlinks (been only online for 12 hrs, really), but some success with Backlinking Tool 2 which was posted on this forum. Next steps: (feedback?) Fix the cookie code for the checklist application, as I want my visitors to return. Trailers on YT which have my site as credit at the end. Perhaps, start a blog farm with about 10-20 sites. Perhaps, even CS the site, but I want to wait until I get some natural traffic to balance the CTR on Amazon. Site can be reviewed at: Code: http://www.worldwar2-experience.com Any feedback to my SEO, my technique and approaches would be really helpful. I've been doing sites (for others) for so long, I really need to cash in soon. I know it's not going to happen over night, and I need to continue building up my network, but I really need a break by seeing a first paycheck. Should I do get some revenue going, or should you have any questions about methods used, I'm more than willing to respond (albeit being somewhat technical at times).