SEO Course: What Are Headers?

How to Write SEO Optimized Headers

This is Lesson 2: What are Headers? from the SEO Pocket University course. This is a diy, self-taught “teach yourself” online lesson. Designed specifically for photographers to expand their knowledge on SEO. Proper marketing can help build a thriving photography business.

SEO for Photographers

To understand how to implement SEO into your blog and/or landing page’s content writing, you must first understand what a header is, the rules of H1’s, and how to write SEO optimized headers. This lesson is delivered in a PDF format allowing for it to be kept forever and reviewed more than once.

TOPICS COVERED:
— What are Headings?
— Why are H1, H2, and H3 headers important?
— What is an H1?
— How to Find an H1 on Any Website
— The Rules of H1’s
— Proper use of H2-H6 Header Tags
— Writing SEO Friendly Headers

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