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The secret of good design is to make things simple and easy. The design process starts with an idea and ends with the communication of that idea to a user or a customer.
Blog posts are exactly the same – they communicate an idea to a user or a customer. Good blog post formatting aids this communication and it’s appreciated by visitors.
Great blog post formatting is not difficult. You don’t have to be a designer or web savvy to be able to do it.
Make your blog posts “scannable”
Blog post readers are not the same as people who regularly read Jane Austen or Anthony Trollope. Blog post readers like to consume information easily in bite-sized chunks – preferably with extra pointers to aid digestion.
So, use whatever means necessary – bold, italics and links within paragraphs, as well as subheadings, bullets, numbered lists and images – to break up your blog post’s text.
For me, no post is too short for subheadings.
Subheadings are great for the reader as they itemise and visually break up the content and they give the search engines a better idea of the blog post’s content.
There are two ways to create subheads. Firstly in the visual editor and secondly in the HTML editor:
1. If the Visual tab is active on the top right corner of your WordPress text editor, you can set subheadings with the drop-down on the second line of tools at the top. If you only have one line of tool icons at the top of your text editor, click the last one (Show/Hide Kitchen Sink) and you will see the drop-down menu which allows you to format highlighted text. Simply highlight your subheading and choose either “Heading 2” or “Heading 3” from the drop-down (this is assuming that your post title is an h1).
2. If you use the HTML (Text tab) editor in the WordPress text editor, then you’ll probably know that “Heading 2” surrounds the subheading in h2 tags and “Heading 3” creates h3 tags. You can just type in the HTML using this editor.
Do NOT use bold for subheadings!
Fuente – Source
How To Create Subheadings (And Sub-Subheadings) in WordPress
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