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Good morning, or afternoon.

I was looking at Google's Link scheme document, and I think I'm ok, but want to check something.
If I have a sentence like this on a page in my site, it's all right, I believe, please confirm. Two examples below, both from diabeticmealprograms.com.

1. Our diabetic food delivery will assist you in maintaining an adequate nutritional intake to meet the needs for your age and your medical condition(s), especially if you are having difficulties preparing your own meals at home. (Diabetic food delivery linked to another site of ours)

2. Good nutrition has been proven to keep adults healthier, stronger and out of hospitals and nursing homes longer. In an effort to keep “YOU” healthier, we have designed our diabetic meals to help you achieve just that! We also have Frozen meals for seniors delivered to your door.(Frozen meals for seniors delivered to your door linked to another site of ours).

Thanks.
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by:Lucas Bishop
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In Google's link scheme documentation, what you are doing falls under the concept of "Links with optimized anchor text in articles or press releases distributed on other sites." The way you are structuring the links, would theoretically effect another site of ours, since that's where the link-backs are pointing.

To avoid having Google look at another site of ours as participating in a link scheme, you'd want to simply "nofollow" these links.
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by:mel200
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Thanks. I'm going to wait and see if anyone else has some input as well.
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by:mel200
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One question- How would Google know that these sites all belong to us? For example:

magickitchen.com
diabeticmealprograms.com
mealdeliveryservices.com
dialysismeals.com
gourmetfooddeliveries.com

They are on the same server, but other than that they are completely different sites. Thanks.
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Lucas Bishop earned 500 total points
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Sharing the same IP address (67.192.206.241) is a dead giveaway. At the very least, you'd want a unique ip for each site, on different subnets. I recommend reading up on "link wheels" as it appears that is what you're attempting to build out.
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by:mel200
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Thanks, Lucas.
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