Meta Tag Tutorial



What Are HTML Header Tags?

Header Tag Tutorial


Heading Tags are used to set apart the heading of a web page from the remaining content. Header Tags are also known as heading tags, html header tags and also SEO header tags. The most important of the tags is the "H1" tag. While the "H6" tag is at the other end of the spectrum, with little priority. From an SEO perspective, each web page can only have a single H1 header tag. And each page must have at least one H1 tag. You can have multiple H2 header tags per page, but it's a good practice to utilize no more than two H2 header tags on each page.

When search engine spiders crawl your site, they examine the relevancy of your Header tags with the page content that is associated with them. The tags also help the search engine spiders to prioritize your content. Along with relevancy, the H1 tag should contain keywords that give a basic description of what follows afterwards, just as the title and meta descriptions tags provide potential website visitors such information in the SERPS. You should also place your keywords at the beginning of the heading tag text.

To avoid possible penalties from the search engines, the header tags should not be hidden from view. They also shouldn't be duplicated through out the other pages of your site. Each header tag should be unique compared to the rest of your tags. The hidden and duplicate content penalty applies to all of your site content. So with that in mind, keep the content of each page unique and in clear view, with nothing hiding or blocked from view.


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