Question: Can you have more title? H3, H4, H5? Is is bad to have more than one?
Answer: TITLE tag is limited to ONE per page, less than 66 characters visible on Google, less than 80 characters indexed. ONLY one per page. META DESCRIPTION: ONLY one as well.
The H1 / H2 tag family is technically unlimited, but a good rule of thumb is to use the H1 to re-inforce the TITLE tag by having very similar keywords in it. One H1 only per page. Then just a few of the H2 / H3’s. Don’t overdo it. A few people will have more than one H1 page, but don’t over do that. It’s like SHOUTING AT Google or BOLDING EVERYTHING on a RESUME. It can backfire on you.
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