The Johny Wuss (Wusss) template is one of blogger’s favorites. The reason is, this template is known and has been tested very SEO friendly and Fast Loading. What’s the SEO secret? One of which is Post Title which uses Heading Tags H1.
Almost all SEO Friendly Templates use Dynamic Heading, namely Heading Tag H1 for Post Title in its “Single Post”.
On the front page, post titles usually use H2 Tags or H3 Tags, even H4 tags and H4 tags.
According to SEO experts, the H1 Tag serves to show search engines that the post is more important than the Blog Title (Blog Title / Blog Name).
After all, the majority of users first open our blog to the post page (Single Post), not the front page (Homepage/Homepage).
The list of posts in the Google Index is also almost all of a link to the blog post page, not to the front page. That is why, the H1 Heading Tag is very important to pay attention to for blogs that “play” SEO.
- On the front page, the Johny Wuss/New Johny Wuss template uses the H1 Tag for Blog Name/Title. However, on the posting page, the Blog Name changes to “Title”.
- Post titles (post title) on the front page of the Johny Wuss template using the H2 Heading Tag. But once clicked, the post is opened, then the post title changes to Heading Tag H1.
The importance of using the H1 Heading Tag for post titles for SEO rankings, has been widely discussed by experts. For example by this video:
according to Vertical Measures, Tags H2, H3, H4, and so on are also important, but H1 is the most important because H1 Tags are the first to be indexed by search engines like Google.
Therefore, always try to have keywords (keyowds) in H1, also H2 etc. But remember a few things:
- Our blog page must only contain one H1 tag, not more, so that Google “isn’t confused” to choose it.
- Your H1 tag should be at the top of the page content. The H1 tag must be at the very top of the page content, namely the blog title on the homepage and the post title on the post page.
- Your H1 tag should contain your most important keywords for that page and if possible the first word or words in the H1 should be the keywords.
- These should also match the page title keywords and META keywords
- Your H1 tag should help your reader understand what the page is about.
How to change H1 Heading Tag for Blog Post Title? Just google it… with the keyword “H1 Tag for Post Title”. A lot of people have posted about it.