Hey everyone, I started reading about Heading tags, you know, H1, H2 etc tags that people put in their websites to tell to search engines that this or that is important. So, first i read a short text from a site, then watched a youtube video which made sense, and then from that point on everything else more or less added to the confusion. For example, in a post about Blogger and Header tags i found: "By default, Blogger homepage uses the below heading tag distribution <h1>Your Blog Title</h1> <h3>First post's title</h3> <h3>Second post's title</h3> <h2>Sidebar Gadget title</h2>" But from my understanding, "Sidebar Gadgets", i mean, what the fuck do the sidebar gadgets have to do with it? In other words, what on the sidebar could possibly help you with SEO? But on the other hand, if blogger has them in an H tag, maybe they do have something to do with it. So, what's the deal? What does the guy mean "First and Second Post's title"? A post has 1 title, there is no second title!?! I understand that the h1 tag is the most important and should be included only once per page (Not per website, just per post on a website), is this true? And i also understand that the Post Title of a page should optimally be the H1 tag, true? And there are 6 H tags, from H1 to H6, with H1 being the most important and then each next level being less important, true? Then i watch a video and a guy has the text in his post editor, and he shows you that the first one (Large letters in bold) is the H1, and then the next one (a bit smaller letters in bold) is the H2, and so on... Ok, so am I to understand that you can choose to use a post title as the H1 automatically, or choose to set the H1 manually with each new post?? And maybe the first is more convenient so that you will never forget it, but the second is better as far as SEO goes?? In other words, if your H1 tag is your post title then you can set it and forget it, sort of, but then your H1 tag and your Post Title is the same text. But then if you set your H1 manually with each post you have to be careful to not forget to do it, but at the end of the day you get your Post Title text, and then you get your H1 tag text, effectively being able to shove more keywords or just different keywords, if you will, into your post?? I know some of you SEO gurus can drop 3 sentences and clear many of these things for me and save me hours of reading and watching videos. Please do... Thanks.