Should You Be Using Multiple H1 Headers on a Single Page?

HTML 5

With the advent of HTML5 platforms, there’s been a lot of confusion regarding the old H1 Header rule in SEO world: ONLY USE ONE PER PAGE. 

Is this “SEO rule” still relevant with HTML5 platforms? Or has this advancement changed the game slightly? Logically speaking, Google has always prescribed a single H1 Header per page for the purpose of highlighting the main purpose of the article. This rule forced SEO specialists to plan and

implement semantic core based on one main message/keyword per page. 

But as with many aspects of the online world, answers aren’t always as simple as they seem to be and things change continually. What are the intricacies of this niche you need to know? 

Let’s start at the beginning to assist newbies and pros alike.  

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