I have 3-post blog site that needs to remain at just 3 posts (as the site is complete).
I’d like to keep adding content so that I can continue to build links and avoid Google’s Sandbox. So, I am looking for a way to add content that is visible to Google (likely to be SEO articles) but hide it from my readers so that it doesn’t confuse them.
When adding new pages, I notice that they are not linked from the homepage. So, am I safe to assume that I could add content by adding new pages? I understand that people could find them through Google etc, and that is fine – I just don’t want anyone typing in my .com top-level domain to see this content.
As a warning – I am not too technical, so need to find a way to do this that avoids changing any code in my CSS.
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