Understanding Titles H1, H2, H3, H4 IN Search engine Optimisation

TITLES H1, H2, H3, H4 – TO OPTIMISE THE ARTICLE
These titles are fairly well known already, and are the ones we use in pieces of text to give a
structure. And of course to position your text, you must take them into account.
These labels have a hierarchy order by which they must be placed. For example, if we put an H3 tag
without an H2, we are making an error. To make it clearer, we see the different labels that we can
find.

LABEL H1: THE TITLE OF THE ARTICLE
The H1 tag is the title of the article, with the name that will appear inside your blog. In the upper
part of the editor, you will find a space to enter it. You will not have to select the H1 tag, since when
you enter it in the indicated place, you are given that category.

H2 LABELS
Since labels must have a hierarchy we must be careful in the order that we put them.
The label H2 is the next title that you will find already within the text. It is recommended that it
contains the keyword, as this title is used to state in a more specific way the topic you are talking
about.

THE TITLES H3, H4 ETC.
These are titles that are used to specify parts that include the title H2. For example, if the title H2 is
"Ways to decorate the parts of my house", the title H3 could be "kitchen decoration". You can put as
many H3 as necessary, such as "Room decoration", "Bathroom d├ęcor ideas" etc.
The H4, will include parts within the H3 or less important parts of the text. For example, the title H3
"decoration of rooms", could become "double room", "child's room" etc. for the title H4.
This can go on as the text requires. You may need to specify an H5 within an H4. For example, label
H4 ;Children's room;, whereby the H5 could be ;room decoration for girls