- I have a Question & Answer website, sort of like stackoverflow.
- When you open it, it displays 20 latest questions.
- When scroll to bottom of page, and it fetches 20 more, and so on, infinitely.
- Each question has its own page, just like here.
So my trick is create a empty page that contains only
<a href='question_link'> links to 100 latest questions, followed by a link to the next 100 latest questions. No text, only links. Example:
Fake page 1
<a href='/question/1'></a> <a href='/question/2'></a> <a href='/question/3'></a> <a href='/question/4'></a> ... <a href='/nextpage?after=100'></a>
Fake page 2
<a href='/question/101'></a> <a href='/question/102'></a> <a href='/question/103'></a> <a href='/question/104'></a> ... <a href='/nextpage?after=200'></a>
and so on, until all questions are exhausted. Notice it has no text, no page title or page description, this is to avoid Search Engine from indexing it.
My question is, would Google allow something like this? I mean it's fully legitimate, and all we're doing is telling Google about the URLs of our pages, so it's okay right?