I have a list of ~1000 items I'd like to display to the user. The items has a rank - from 0.5 to 5 stars. My goal is to come with a solution that will be easy to navigate, and smart SEO wise.
First option is to divide one long page into 'stars' section - starting from "items with 5 stars" and descending. I could add internal section links for the different sections at the top of the list.
I guess that's the best for the user, but then I'd be losing navigation stats I would otherwise gain, having the list divided into different pages. Especially, I hate to lose pages with the titles / urls "Top x items" or "Bottom x items"..
The best solution might be having the internal links listed in google as seperate urls, but is this even possible?
Otherwise I might have this one long list, and then duplicates of at least the top and bottom of the list in different pages. But then I have duplicate content which is, as I understand, not very wise SEO wise.
1. Is it possible to have internal section links in one page listed in Google as seperate URLs?
2. Will having duplicate pages which display a portion of what's already being displayed in a one long page be an advantage or disadvantage SEO-wise? (Given that the possible titles/urls for these duplicate pages has a good SEO potential).