My website isn't ranking great on Google, so I've been going through pages to see what I can optimize. I've come across one section of the website where there are 5 pages, but the url is dynamically created based on user search, and has about 5000 potential options per page.
As an example, the way I currently have it, one of the URLs becomes www.stockdeepdive.com/financials/AAPL/peratio where AAPL is the parameter (and there are about 5000 additional options for AAPL, representing stock tickers.. example www.stockdeepdive.com/financials/GOOG/peratio ).
When creating the website I thought this would be better, as it would provide more URLs to potentially rank on Google, and people are likely searching for a specific parameter(such as "AAPL pe ratio") rather than just a generic "pe ratio" search. The problem is they don't seem to be ranking very good/at all.
Does anyone know if this is the proper way to use these URLs? Or would something like www.stockdeepdive.com/financials/peratio?AAPL be better? Or does it matter? Can I just go in Search Console and request indexing for the 500 most popular stock ticker URLs?