Monday — All About Titles + Headlines
Blog Titles Must Contain Keywords and be Well Written.
Always use. Use the CoSchedule Headline Analyzer
Examples of Good Titles are:
- 3 Simple Ways to Relieve Stress
- The Most Romantic Way to Travel to Italy
The better your headlines, the more people will read your article, the more people that will read your article the more people will share your article and on and on.
Heading Order is SUPER Important for SEO.
By headlines, I mean, these within your blogposts.
Heading 1 or H1: this always appears first, always is the title or very close to it, never ever have more than one H1 in a post.
Heading2 or H2: This must come after the H1. This is the main headline of the blog post. Generally speaking, these are your main headings that break up your page into logical sections.
From there, you can continue to H3 and H4. Make sure you descend in order: if you want to use H3 be sure that you have an H2 before it.
ALL HEADINGS SHOULD HAVE KEYWORDS.
Protect your H1s and H2s.
H1 and H2 are the highest value heading types. Google looks for keywords everywhere, but especially here.
For this reason, don’t dilute them and use keywords. This should be easy, since your page content was written with them in mind.
This isn’t to say that H3 and H4 aren’t important, but Google like readers scans big headlines first to see what the page is about and looks for clues in the main headlines.
The challenge Heart Centered Biz Ladies is 2 parts:
Step 1: Go to your latest blog post and see if your headlines are in the proper order.
Step 2: Ensure that your Title is Well Written. Go to the Headline Analyzer and post your most recent blog post headline and score on on the Heart Centered Biz Boss Page!