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Does Heading tags like <h1> and <h2> make a big differences during SEO?

Are there any difference between <h1> ... <h6> tags for SEO ?

For example, <h1> Most Important </h1> <h6> Less Important </h6>

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Use whichever one provides the best semantic description of its contents. Optimize elsewhere. – Cody Gray Jan 18 '11 at 10:58
Again i can't understand , why this question get negative vote :) – Eray Jan 18 '11 at 11:23
It got a negative vote becuase it's not a question related to programming or development – Or W Jan 18 '11 at 11:53
So, where should is ask this question ? – Eray Jan 18 '11 at 11:56
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absolutely yes.

the best practice is to structure your content like a normal office document, by using paragraphs with titles.

important to know is, that you should use the tags for it's desire. so use a table only for a real table, a list for a list, and so on. with the mentioned tags you should structure titles and subtitles of your content.

a common practice is, to use only one h1 tag each site. its the main title of it and it should differ from the <title> tag itself.

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