It’s true that the Google algorithm prefers to use HTML tags for headings and paragraphs. But there are more important things to consider. For example, we can’t forget that we are using a browser with a tiny amount of resources. That means less memory, less speed, and less performance. We don’t want to use any additional resources.
Solving this problem is the topic of this article. We’ll compare the performance of HTML tags and CSS selectors for search engine optimization text.
How do search engines find the content?
It all starts with the meta-tag. The meta tag is the first element of an HTML document that search engines see. It is an HTML tag, which is added to your HTML document. The meta tag adds the “noindex” attribute to a piece of content. This is useful when it comes to search engine optimization.
When Google crawls your website, the meta tags are used to decide what content is displayed to the user. That means that Google can only index the content based on the meta tags.
If you want to know what Google or other search engines think about your website, you can use the Search Console. Just go to SEO Reports All Traffic and then go to the Behaviour Report.
To understand how content works for search engines, we need to understand the differences between headings and paragraphs.
Headings and paragraphs
Let’s start with an example. This is how headings and paragraphs work for Google.
The first line of the example, heading 1, begins with the H1 tag:
. The H1 tag is an HTML tag that is displayed in the title of your document.
The second line begins with the H2 tag: