During the 6th century b.c. the prophet and founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, appeared in northwestern India teaching principles of enlightenment; specifically through meditation techniques and by knowing the Four-fold Noble truth and by practicing the Eight-fold Noble Path in life. One of those noble paths is called “right intent.”
On the path to enlightened search marketing it is imperative that one has the right intent.
If you are creating ways to make more Web pages just for improved page saturation and link popularity benefits, this will not work in Google. However, you can achieve the same effect if you just make a cognitive shift in your intent. For example, if you innovate ways to make more pages in order to better educate your audience, deepening their understanding of your products or services, or providing alternative ways of finding your information (avoiding outright duplication), then this is good for the user and will likely effectively increase your page saturation as well as your sites internal link popularity.
I’ve heard Matt Cutts from Google say it more than once, “If it is good for the user, it is good for the search engine.”
So follow Buddha’s advice of right intent and watch things improve for you online. Meditate on this subject and the truth of the matter will come to light for you.