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H1 and H2 Tags

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by giandeep, Oct 2, 2013.

  1. #1
    Hello EveryOne,

    Please someone suggest me how many H1 or H2 tag (Keyword put with h1 h1) i put in my webpage. or my blog and in article.

    Thank You
    Giandeep
    giandeep, Oct 2, 2013 IP
  2. Alan Smith

    Alan Smith Active Member

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    #2
    You can use only one H1 tag which should be used for website title. You can use as many H2, H3 tags, as you want to; it depends on your website content, its subtitle, and subheading.
    Alan Smith, Oct 3, 2013 IP
  3. rogerbinny

    rogerbinny Active Member

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    #3
    Hey good question. Myself have same doubt , but now it is cleared

    H1 Tag : You should use only one H1 tag which must be in Title of your Blog/site
    H2 Tag: From my personal experience you can use 2 H2 tags which must contain your secondary Keyword as title

    Note: There is no restriction how many H2 tags you can use. But One Title Tag (H1) and 2-4 H2 tags which is better for your Blog. Also there is no guidelines in which order you are going to use.
    The order may be (H1 Tag in Title Must) and H2 tag with your secondary Keyword Title, you can repeat the H2 tag with other secondary keyword also you may use H3 tag

    Hope this may help you
    rogerbinny, Oct 3, 2013 IP
  4. nickspring

    nickspring Member

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    You must use H1 tag once but number of H2-H6 should depend on website content only.
    nickspring, Oct 3, 2013 IP
  5. webdev007

    webdev007 Active Member

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    Think of web page as a book page. There should be one heading (h1) and may have multiple sub-headings like (h2,h3..). Also as a good practice don't go beyond h3.
    webdev007, Oct 3, 2013 IP
  6. FlatCap

    FlatCap Peon

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    A single <H1> title could be 3-5 words like a long tail keyword.
    If you have broken the page up into sections each can have a <H2> subtitle
    <H3> can be used to define a link set or phrases from page text with it being more bold.
    <H4>, <H5>, <H6> seem to be subscript size but you can alter the styles in css if you need to use them to define content
    FlatCap, Oct 3, 2013 IP
  7. jonrod

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    Yup, use H1 once...
    you can use as many H2 tags you like.
    You can read more of "tags" discussion here http://moz.com/beginners-guide-to-seo
    jonrod, Oct 3, 2013 IP