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How To Create Subheading For Blog Posts In Blogger

Posts are easily readable when crafted under multiple heads and Indexed in Search Results. Here is how to write a blog post in many subheads in Blogger CMS?

It is often said, audience come on Internet for scanning through feeds. Only very few, read posts, word to word. Majority of your readers are not novice. They come to Internet, search for things, take ideas quickly and go. A blog post written under multiple subheads is more engaging, easy to quick scan and much informative. Create value not dump.

To give value to your audience you can bifurcate a blog post under many subheads. To do so in Blogger

Select the statement of which you want to make a Subheading or Minor Heading

For example the statement highlighted above.

Next in your Blogger Post Panel Look for Normal on the top amongst the group of utilities. Click on it, a drop down will appear with List Heading, Subheading, Minor Heading, and Normal. You will found Normal Option checked by default.

In the drop down Click For Minor Heading Or Subheading.

Now the selected portion of Text will change accordingly. Changes will appear to you in Bold Script. For example the first statement of this post is a subheading.

In a Blogger Blog Post you can create as may many Subheadings and Minor Headings as you wish.

Please note Heading is H1 Tag i..e Post Title of a blog post. Do not create many Headings in a blog post. The Post Title is already a Heading by default.

How many Subheading or Minor Heading to create for a blog post completely depends on the nature of the post, the type of content it holds and various other factors. As a general idea, you can keep 300 / 350 words under a Subheading and 50 to 150 Words under a minor heading.

A Blog Post crafted in multiple subheads is easy to read. Further, these subheads changes into links and get indexed in search engine directory. When a searcher search for a keyword and if it hold in the Heading / Subheading / Minor Heading zone of your blog post, the search engine robot show the same in search results. Ultimately this means more traffic on your Blogger Blog and more business to you.

A well written post under meaningful subheads gets more traffic from search engine. This works as a two way spear for a Blog's Organic Traffic.

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