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Posted 09 January 2006 - 02:56 PM
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Posted 09 January 2006 - 04:23 PM
I could care less what the technical references show.
I have to see that when I add bold, it makes my rankings go up, and when I take it off it makes them go down.
And then I have to see it repeated over and over with the same results.
Now, I haven't extensively tested it that way, but I've done little bits in regards to the headers, and can never notice a difference that can be attributable to the placing of the H1 or the removing of it. (The rankings will go up and down at different times, irregardless of my changes or even if I do nothing at all.)
I am really going to test this stuff once and for all though. Maybe I'll set something up over the next few weeks since I have some free time on my hands now that I just doubled my consulting fees!
Posted 18 January 2006 - 12:09 PM
It may be big coincidence, but I have see my Google results improve after going through a site and making sure to use one <h1> and a couple <h2> (using CSS to control the look) instead of only <h3> and lower because I didn't like the massive font sizes.
So I have done this on several sites that I work on, all seeing improvements in results.
It makes sense that the SEs would look at an <h1> as the headings are supposed to show what the section is about.
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