We're building a website, that people will be sent to from an email. There's multiple home pages, because there are different groups in the email list that the home pages correspond to. So to keep the site ADA, do we need to include links to all the home pages on the site, or since people are not intended to see all the home pages, is it okay to eliminate them from navigation?
Is this really a home page, or a squeeze page?
A home page would be a centralized portal from which many scenarios originate. It makes sense, if you have multiple home pages, to list them in some kind of navigation or, at very least, the site map. Alternatively, if the homepages are close in structure, you could have a single home page, that shows some content conditionally based on the user's origin. This does not need to be separately navigable.
A squeeze page by contrast is a step between a lead (originating in an off-site advertisement) and a conversion. This meets the definition of a process and should be exempt.