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Its very easy to implement a clean page structure, so by not having a h1 or by having two h1s on a page with irrelevant keywords is just simply lazy coding. You can argue how much or little it would effect a page rank, but surely the simple argument is a h1,h2,h3 page structure was invented for a reason, otherwise it wouldn't exist. In SEO everyone can ...


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The following is from the perspective of the HTML5 specification, based on the assumption that consumers (like search engines) will expect and work with what is specified in the HTML standards. In current practice, such markup details probably don’t matter much for SEO, but it can be important for other consumers and accessibility. I’ll use headings of the ...


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To begin, none of your examples have anything to do with semantics. Your question is based completely on the parser model where the page is read top-to-bottom in the traditional way. For this reason, your first example is correct. The following examples will fail to give you predictable results and can cause you serious heart-burn. Please understand that ...



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