Hey BHW, I read on demondemon that it's best to create strong web 2.0 profiles with several articles of content without links before linking to the money site. This makes sense, and Scritty advocates that it would be fine to use one article to post to every web 2.0 profile as long as you posted it before it would get indexed (so that it doesn't appear as dup content to the webmasters, and therefore doesn't get deleted). So lets say you send out the same article to 100 different profiles, google indexes all 100 profiles within a few days of each other, understands that these profiles are most likely somehow linked together in some way due to the 100% duplicate content, then sees these profiles all link to the same money site over the next few weeks... Isn't this screaming self-promotion directly in the ears of Google? To me, this seems like bad advice on Scritty's behalf, but then again, maybe I am just being naive. Your feedback is very much appreciated as I would love to hear another experts opinion on this.