Good stuff Blake. As we network online, are there suggestions on what makes the best Google juice, or what to watch out for? I was posting for months at TaxAlmanac (a high PR tax site run by intuit), before I learned about "nofollow". None of my post offered any Google juice. On other sites, the comments are on low rank pages while the web owner's orignal comments are on a higher PR page. Sometimes it seams frames may be used to limit the value of a link. For example, every article I ever wrote for Ezinearticles.com appears to have a page rank of 6, just like the home page. I don't believe a tax article I wrote 3 years ago on some obscure tax provision ranks that high. Is my article sitting in a frame and the pagerank bar on my browser actually refers to the border only? Blake, any insight you or any SEO expert can offer is appreciated. It sounds like issues for another article?