I have a website with just 10 or so pages of content at the moment.
I plan on adding another page with a listing of physicians by state who offer a niche treatment. Some of those listings will also have my comments next to them along with physician name and website links.
I could just do one page (e.g., www.example.com/ physicians.html), and that would be a mammoth page. However, navigation on this mammoth page would be easy since at the top of the page a visitor could click on his/her state of interest and the page would move to that state's listing (I would use the # command to do that) instead of the user having to scroll all the way down.
Another option (which might help me with Adsense, although I don't expect to get too many visitors to these pages) would be to have many separate subdomains for each of the 50 plus US states and possibly for a few other English speaking countries in the future.
I would thing that the one page thing is more user and programmer friendly and faster to navigate? I can only put around 5 total Adsense ads on the one page, so I would lose some revenue.
However, are there any other factors I should consider in favor of the multiple page concept before starting this project?
[edited by: encyclo at 2:40 am (utc) on Feb. 11, 2009]
[edit reason] switched to example.com [/edit]