Hi, Looks like you've already done a project which would apply to part of what I need done, so I'll start with you :) I have a group of 5 different retail business, and I would like to experiment with creating a new website for each business every week (basically as doorway pages). What I would like to do is have a software program created which will create websites fairly easily based on the following parameters (and maybe others if you have ideas): -- I would like to start with a few different basic webpage templates - nothing at all complex. I can show you examples of what I want. -- The software would have a local (or web) interface which would allow me to input: from 1 to 50 subdomain names keyword list of 500 - 20,000 phrases (for ex: shoes-related) adsense code affiliate code choose from a list of "themed topics" via a drop down. Each of these topics would pull 4 URLs randomly from a set of 50 csv topic files and link out to each of those at the bottom of each webpage. input one other URL to be linked to from every 5th (10th? 20th?) page that is created The software would take those parameters, and randomly scrape from various sources (yahoo, google, wiki, ask, msn, goarticles, etc). For example, it might grab the top 5 results from MSN and Yahoo, and then scrape the text from those pages, adding all of the information to a txt file (all search engine scrapes will be added here). It will then remove all special characters (/*&^%$#!/\, etc) and then run it through a text manipulation script (Markov - which I've found). It will then take the final results and select 400 of the words for final output. Finally, it will take my last variable (keywordphrase) and randomly put my keyword phrase "converse+old+school+shoes" 3-5 times throughout the 400 words of text returned. It would do this for every page (1 per kw phrase), randomly using 3 or 4 page templates throughout the site, and then create sitemaps which include links to all of the pages (max 250 links/sitemap page). The ability to somehow create subdomains would be a bonus, as would the ability to choose which phrases show up on a left navigation bar. I will need some handholding until things are up and running, and will most likely be using Yahoo web hosting for at least some of these sites. Any recommendations you have would be welcome, as well as a bid if you think you can pull it off.