Make sure your page has heading tags

Heading tags aren't just decoration. Heading tags are also very important in SEO, as they help Google figure out the context of your page.

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Why use Morningscore's heading tag checker?

While your heading tags make your pages look better to visitors, they are also important to your SEO. Google places a lot of weight on your heading tag, when deciding what your page is about.

Make Google understand your site

Heading tags let Google know which keywords are important for your webpage. Use this to rank for the keywords, that are important to you.

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It's easy to find what you are looking for in Morningscore. Our interface is simple to navigate, we also scan all your pages so you know if you have any problems.

See all your site's problems easily

Morningscore shows you more than just your heading tags. Get a quick overview of all your website's problems using our simple to grasp health overview.

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Check header tags in just 5 steps

First enter your website
Enter your email address
Go to "health" and click scan
Scroll down and click "technical"
See if you're missing any heading tags
Morningscore's heading tag checker shows if you are missing any heading tags
Why are good heading tags important?

Here's how heading tags help

It's important to use heading tags, as they can help you in many ways. They make your page easier to read for visitors skimming your page, and split your content into manageable sections, making your content more approachable.

Heading tags are also practical in SEO, as Google look at them to figure out what your page is about. This means that if you include a keyword in your heading tags, then there's a higher chance it will rank for it.

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Do you want to know more about Morningscore's heading tag checker?

Heading tags are function as the headlines or subheadings for your normal content. This means, that your heading tags are most often used as a way to draw in and tell your visitors, what they can expect from the following content. Heading tags are also often used to divide your page into different sections.

You can think of your heading tags as a way to create interest and context for your page and the different sections on your page.

There are different kinds of heading tags, you can add to your website. They are each called H1, H2, H3 etc. up to H6.

The numbers are arranged in order order of importance. This means H1 is the most important kind of heading, while H6 is the least important kind of heading.

H1 heading tags are often used as a way to highlight the most important part of a page, like the page's main theme or title.

H2 and H3 heading tags are often used as subheadings for different sections of the text. This makes them great for dividing the text into different sections and creating structure.

H4-H6 are not used as commonly. They are mostly used to create further structure in the text, where it is necessary.

Heading tags can help by providing Google with context on your page. Heading tags are often used as a way to show the most important parts of a page. Because of this including important keywords in your heading tags, is a great way to inform Google about what your page is about, and thus help your page rank for important keywords.

Because of this it's very important to include heading tags on your page, as they are essential an easy way to make it more likely you rank for specific keywords. If you are unsure about whether or not you have heading tags on your pages, Morningscore's heading tag scanner can help you view what pages are missing heading tags.

Morningscore's heading tag checker can show you, what pages are missing heading tags. This includes H1 tags on all your pages, and H2/H3 tags on your content pages. You can also see if you have misplaced any heading tags in the footer of one of your pages.

The heading tag checker is also able to show you an overview of which of your tracked keywords aren't in any heading tags on your website. This is useful for seeing if there are any of the keywords you have marked as important, that you can do more to inform Google are relevant to your website.

You can use this feature by accessing the "Content" tab in the health section of Morningscore, and look at the section "Missing tracked keywords in H tags"

If Morningscore's heading tag checker has detected a problem, you will be able to click the button "Show issues" to the right of the relevant problem. When you click on this button you will get some information about the problem, like what could have caused it, and why it's important to fix. This will also show you a step by step guide with suggestions for how to fix the problem.

If your heading tag is phrased like a question, then Google might choose to display a portion of your page as a featured snippet if someone searches for that question.

A featured snippet is like the gold medal in SEO. If you get a featured snippet, a part of the text in your article will be displayed at the top of the search results, as an answer to the searched question.

You can also get a spot on Google's FAQ list. These are autogenerated questions relating to the searched query. If users click on these the will show a snippet from a page answering the question.

Phrasing your heading tags as questions before giving a short answer to the question can help you get one of these spots.

Title tags and heading tags are often confused, even though they are quite different from each other. While your heading tag functions as a headline for your content, your title tag doesn't actually appear on your page itself. The title tag is instead the title of your page, which is also what Google shows in their search results unless you manually choose a different title for your snippet.

As you already know you can check if your pages have heading tags using Morningscore's heading tag checker, but you can also check if your pages have title tags by using Morningscore's title tag checker.

Heading tags can help your website's users by giving them an idea of what specific parts of your page are about, without having to read the whole thing.

It can also help by dividing your content into more sections, thus making your text seem more manageable to readers, and approachable to readers. This can also be an asset to users who are looking for a specific piece of content by skimming through you page, whether they are new or returning.

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Morningscore was founded in Odense in 2018. There we set out to build an uncomplicated and different SEO tool. Our mission is to be among the top 3 SEO tools globally.
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