Many of you probably have read about Google's announcement on Doorway pages. Whether or not this ranking signal has come into full swing yet is debatable, but regardless, I'd prefer to be pro-active if anything occurs.
For those of you who don't know what a Doorway page is, VolumeNine did a nice job explaining them:
"Doorway pages are pages created that have little unique value but are usually made in an effort to increase your search presence and rank for specific terms. These can be landing pages on your own site, or on other domains. Usually they just serve to capture ranking for a keyword, but filter the user to a different page to convert."
With this being said (and for a said example) I have a website and within it's directory lies 50 different pages, each one a different state in the United States. (arkansas.html, alaska.html, arizona.html, etc.)
Each page lists approximately anywhere from 5 to 20 counties our company does business in and has a similar verbiage on each page to contact us if you want our services.
Will my site be hit by the doorway algorithm?