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    How many times we can use this H tags in single page - H1,H2,H3,H4,H5,H6

    I am new in SEO Field. So please anybody give me some information about H tags - H1,H2,H3,H4,H5,H6 .

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    there should only be one H1 -- all the others, you can have as many as you want

    but don't use them just because you can -- use them where the structure of the document makes it appropriate

    above all, please don't try to manipulate search engine positioning based on crap you load into H tags

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    Do not use headings for SEO. Use them to give structure to your page.

    Every page should have an <h1> for the top heading. (Some people say pages should only have one <h1>, others say you can have more than one)

    Any sub-headings should be marked as <h2>.
    Any sub-sub-headings should be marked as <h3>.
    And so on down the line until you get to <h6>.

    In practical terms, most pages will only need to go down to <h3> at most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevie D View Post
    Do not use headings for SEO. Use them to give structure to your page.

    Every page should have an <h1> for the top heading. (Some people say pages should only have one <h1>, others say you can have more than one)

    Any sub-headings should be marked as <h2>.
    Any sub-sub-headings should be marked as <h3>.
    And so on down the line until you get to <h6>.

    In practical terms, most pages will only need to go down to <h3> at most.
    hmm.i hold your advice stive becuase i saw many site's codes they haven't puted h4, h5 and h6..


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