Warning: You have not used your focus keyphrase in any subheading

The Warning

You have not used your focus keyphrase in any subheading (such as an H2) in your copy.

Why Do I See This?

Subheadings are used to divide your content into scannable blocks. The warning is displayed when our plugin does not detect a subheading, such as H2 or H3, within your content. Learn more about subheadings here.

How To Add A Subheading in WordPress

Expand the toolbar to show the advanced editing tools, highlight the subheading and change the paragraph to the preferred header type.

  1. Log in to your WordPress website.

    When you’re logged in, you will be in your ‘Dashboard’.

  2. Edit the post, page, or taxonomy.

    On the left-hand side, you will see a menu that allows you to navigate to your posts, pages, and other content. Navigate to the individual item to edit the content settings.

  3. If you do not see the advanced editing tools, click the expand button. 

  4. Highlight the subheading text.

    Click on ‘Paragraph’ and select the appropriate heading type.

  5. Update or save the draft.

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