Heading tags are a way of organizing and prioritizing content in an HTML document. There are 6 heading tags – H1(the most important one) to H6(the least important one). Among these six tags, an H1 tag is the most important tag followed by H2, H3, and so on. By default, Blogger uses H1 tags for the blog title, H3 for post titles, and H2for sidebar titles. Having properly weighted headings is really important from an SEO perspective and this tutorial will help you to assign heading tags based on importance.
How to use heading tags
Heading tags should be assigned to titles based on their priority. The most important heading on the page should we wrapped in an H1 tag. For a post page, the most important title will the title of the blog entry. The Blog’s name and the sidebar headings are not as important as the post title.
Log in to your Blogger Dashboard, backup your template and Navigate to Template > Edit HTML
Change Blog Title to H2 on a post and static pages – Find the opening H1 tag associated with your blog title It will be <h1 class=’title’> or similar (Do a Ctrl + F for <h1 within the Blogger Template Editor to find the tag)
Copy this opening tag into the below box and generate the template tag.
Your opening h1 tag:
Replace the text you copied from the template with the generated code. Do this for every <h1. Now replace all </h1> (Closing tag) with
Changing Post title to H1 on a post and static pages – Find the opening H3 tag associated with your post title. It will be <h3 class=’post-title entry-title’ itemprop=’name’> or similar (Do a Ctrl + F for <h3 within the Blogger Template Editor to find it)