So i'm new to the world of SEO. TheLinkJuicer seemed like a pretty good concept at first. But now i'm not so sure. Basic Concept You pay a monthly fee to participate in a network of blogs. When you sign up, you create a few dozen blogs. Then, you write a post using spyntax. This post is distributed to your blogs, AND the few dozen that other members have created. Blog Relevancy First thing that bugs me is there is no relevancy to any one given topic. You are instructed to create blogs with general sounding names. For example here is a list of five titles from one of my autoblogs. Whats up today: The news and more Best Surround System Fix Credit Reports Measuring ROI on Coaching Travel Trailer For Sale Creating a Perfect Garden Ornament Now obviously google will never consider this blog niche worthy of anything. Therefor, when it does finally point to my DATING website, the link wont get nearly the same value it would if it was in a relevant blog - where each post is mostly about dating. My Stats When i first tried it, I didn't quite know how to use it. So I just threw up a paragraph - WITHOUT SPYNTAX and I went straight to the number 2 slot on Bing, and climbed a bit in Google and Yahoo, for my keyword. Then, a week later, I was totally wiped from all of those search engines. So obviously, because I used this service to paste the SAME paragraph again and again and again, the search engines murdered me. Oops. Bummer. I should have been paying more attention. Conclusion I'm not sure if i should keep it or not. I think the idea is clever enough to work. But the strategies must be employed correctly to avoid disaster. Possibly, this service should be used to link to your 2nd tier of inbound websites - not your 1st tier money sites...? Another question, one would think, this service would work best if you used an EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE spyntax article - one with a thousands derivatives. And, maybe even, set your number of links per day down to 1. Another question, you can't gaurantee that the OTHER posts on your blog (which come from OTHER USERS of TheLinkJuicer like you) are not going to APPEAR spammy. Hence, even if you write beautiful SPAM-PROOF Spyntax, most likely, your fellow members often won't. Hence, as soon as Google identifies a recurring paragraph as Spam text, and then they start to notice this paragraph appearing on blog after blog after blog, then wouldn't they simply assume that all of the blogs in TheLinkJuicer network are mere spam blogs -- and devalue the outbound links for ALL of the BLOGS??????? I would if i were google. Any tips? Thanks!