A client's site is a 1-pager, where it all runs from the homepage, and content gets pulled through AJAX into the page. Clearly this is bad for SEO.
I'd like to not have to re-write the site.
However, what if I link to a hierarchical site map, so I can generate unique URLs for that content, so those pages, rich with content will have their own URLs. Would that suffice for "okay" SEO?
I know it still won't do well since in the real world, nobody will be linking to those site mapped URLs organically since the majority of users will use the home page with AJAX, and never have a separate URL to link to except the homepage.
But can this still perform well?