Hi - I have a question.. if there is a travel site that wants to offer other sites that are destination specific I know google allows this (or at least it used to state in webmaster guidelines that as long as there was unique content and information about the destination they could do it)
So my questions are:
1) Is this still the case? Is this still legal?
2) If so, what is the line not to cross?
IE Can I offer 20 different sites with original and unique content that are focused on unique cities.. that are definitely unique sites?
ex I offer one for Vail Co only with a different URL on a different domain name (though on the same IP class) with unique content about Vail CO, so that people looking to book a hotel or travel in Vail can easily locate our Vail properties. Can I do this without incurring Google wrath on my main site?
This does not seem to be any different than offering a product to an affiliate just in this case the affiliate would be the same company, but curious as to what the limitations are according to Google. Esp since travel companies are listed as a special case with regards to offering multiple sites.
What are your thoughts?