0

I have 3 blog posts that want to go deep in a subject. Each one covers a different aspect. Each one can be read independently. At the same time, they are connected.

I thought that I could do different thinks:

1- Make absolute different titles and subtitles. Just put a link at the end of the post with a note saying something like: this is a part of a series of articles about the subject xxx.

2- A second option would be to make a title with the big subject that is common with the 3 posts. Then a subtitle different in each post. I would add the links at the end of the post, like in the option num. 1.

<h1>Big subject. Part 1<h1>
<h2>A unique subtitle for each post<h2>

3- A third option would be to make the title different in each post. Then a subtitle that makes the connection with the big subject. I add the links at the end too.

<h1>A unique title for each post<h1>
<h2>Big subject. Part 1<h2>
  • What is the best option from a SEO perspective?
  • Is there any other better option
0

I suggest you write them as 3 indepentent stories and (in the beginning) pretend the other 2 don't exists. That gives you an answer for your H1/H2 problem, because you now create relevant titles for the stories. The H1 title is intended for the title of the page and has to be unique and descriptive for a user. By giving it the title of the story, you comply.

Now you have 3 stories, you can optimize:

  • Create internal links between the articles. This is the main task as it has the most benefit
  • Improve the content itself, make sure it reads well for your audiance
  • Evaluate the titles, can you reword it so that the titles are connected (without repeat yourself)?
  • You can now create a tiny navigation/menu between the stories. You can do this like a menu, of some nevigation bar, or by adding a "Like this? Also read ...." at the bottom of a story.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.