I have a PWA hosted on Firebase. On the main URL, like example.com, there's a lot of content that is generated by JavaScript.

At the same time, whenever someone accesses example.com/?key=value, where the key and the value are predefined, the JavaScript on the page reads the key and the value and accordingly removes the content generally shown on example.com and shows a different content.

The content differs with each value of the key.

With this, the website efficiently acts like a multi-page website, although it essentially has only a single web page.

The problem here is, I don't get the content displayed on these sub-pages visible on Google Search (or any other search engine). Is there any workaround on this?

The problem here is that I cannot generate a different webpage (an HTML file) for each of these sub-pages because the website uses only Front End Technologies, available with Firebase.

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    Despite what anyone says, SPAs are SEO suicide. – John Conde Apr 4 '19 at 16:38
  • @JohnConde I can agree on that. But I realised this too late! – Mrigank Pawagi Apr 4 '19 at 17:47

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