The best way is to make sure you do not have each page mirror exactly
like the original domain.
Search Engines and Spiders know of this tatitc and they will most
likely lower your relevance in the search result. Or ban the url or
the whole domain altogether.
The best way is to make each "MIRROR" unique and change the meta tags
just a little bit.
Although the page must look different but it can sell the same items.
This way each mirror can link to each other with no worry of spamming
(also give each html document a different name from the other mirrors.)
What is the URL in question?
>OK, I followed advice I have been hearing all over and created mirror sites. My question is: didn't I just make sites that compete with my domain, and won't the people who click on a free site be wary of doing business with some one who (apparently) doesn't even have a domain name?