I'm developing a single page website that will have all it's content available by scrolling down and showing/hiding various DOM elements.
Most of the discussion I've seen on SO on this topic is related to how to get Google to index content that's loaded after the initial load via AJAX. My situation is different in that all of my content is present after the initial load.
My goal is to get Google to index the different sections of the page (about, contact, etc) individually.
I've read the Making AJAX Applications Crawlable site that Google has put together, and it seems like the best (only?) option.
However, given that all of my __escaped_fragment_ links will render the same content, I'm concerned that I might get penalized by Google for having duplicate content at different URLs.
Is that a reasonable concern is this case?