Let's take an example of a dog adoption site. the site structure looks something like this: site.com site.com/dogs-for.adoption/ site.com/dogs-for.adoption/dog/The-Snoppy-Dog site.com/dogs-for.adoption/dog/Rex-The-Dog site.com/dogs-for.adoption/dog/Lucious-Malfoy-Dog site.com/dogs-for.adoption/dog/Harry-Dog The only pages with really good content are site.com - Initial Page site.com/dogs-for.adoption/ - List of the Dogs All other pages have very small content. Information such as Name, race, color, weight, vaccines, transportation price, city, peculiarities, etc. and not much to write beyond a few lines like "A very beautiful, lively, cheerful dog with a spot on its nose. These pages can each be online for a few days, a few hours, a few weeks, a few months, very random. It depends on how long the dog takes to be adopted. The question what, what EXACTLY to do with these pages? Since all will have low contextual content?