Warning: You have not used your focus keyphrase in any subheading
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.
- Log in to your WordPress website.
When you’re logged in, you will be in your ‘Dashboard’.
- 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.
- If you do not see the advanced editing tools, click the expand button.
- Highlight the subheading text.
Click on ‘Paragraph’ and select the appropriate heading type.
- Update or save the draft.