Hi guys, I recently bought a domain through an auction. The former owner made its own nameservers so when it was transfered to me it was still pointing to their old website. The good thing about it is that I know all the URLs and contents within the site, so I reproduced the old site. However, I'm soon going to flip it to a site with a different niche, and the URLs do not make sense with the new site. For example, its old article URLs are like below. domain.com/how-to-stay-healthy-by-changing-diet/ domain.com/I-taught-my-daughter-how-to-make-great-pasta/ etc.etc. Since these article URLs already have PR, I want to keep them so that they look natural to G. But if I write something about music when the URL says "how to eat healthy" etc. etc. it would not be natural anymore. Would it raise a flag? Would it be better to redirect all the URLs to more natural looking URLs? Incidentally, what about a domain name? Say, if a domain name is "chicagonaturopathicclinic.com" and it talked about sports for example, would it raise a flag? I actually have such a domain(clinic name) with PR2 which I was managing for my friend, but that friend quit it and now I can use it for whatever, but I'm not in the health niche. I am not sure if these examples (obviously different URLs and domain names from your niche) can be footprints. I'm thinking it might be unnatural but cannot be strong evidence for G to determine it is a PBN blog by itself. Am I being paranoid or should I be concerned about domain/URL names? Thanks for your inputs in advance.