I'm hopefully launching a new site this week. Part of the launch involves taking a site from 21 pages, to 5000 pages of content. The content is all good stuff, not what you're thinking.
Because I've got so much content it's hard for me to sort through it to give myself internal links. My intention is to let the content get indexed first. Then I'm going to search my site using Google for the juicy terms I want to rank for, and order them by whatever Google feels is order of relevance.
Then I'll take a few of those top ranking pages for the term, find the term on those pages, and link to another page on my site that I want to rank for that term. Maybe even link to the homepage in some instances.
Now I'm no PR distribution wizard. Does this seem like a good way to approach this? A different technique I should use? Any limits I should be careful about?