I have a client who is not taking my advice. So I'm wondering if my solution would make sense or if it's just pointless. Basically, the site has three main categories. Normally, a website would be structured like this: www.site.com/category www.site.com/category2 www.site.com/category3 My client is insisting on having these pages set up like this: www.site.com/category/keyword www.site.com/category2/keyword www.site.com/category3/keyword It's pointless. The /category pages don't even have content on them. They think having a keyword after the category URL is going to help them. My thought is since the /category URLs don't even serve a purpose, would it make sense to noindex them? If so, how does that effect how link juice from links built to the /category/keyword page travels? Any input would be much appreciated.