Do i just create the first title and put part 1 at the end and then do the same for part 2. Also when I restate the title in the first paragraph of content do I include the phrase Part 1 or leave it out?

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mijareze Premium
I don't see why you can't publish one post with a 1 and the next time you publish the second post put a 2. No big deal with posts as long as a part of the title is different from your next title. Pages are a little different. I think someone already spoke about the parent child relationship of pages that are related. You can also use categories which I don't use. Hope that helps!
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chrglobal Premium
Hi Mijareze
Thanks for your help.
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ChrisLanauze Premium
To help you a little, if its a blog post, then yes put "part 1 of 2" instead of just part 1 this will help the user know that there is more to this post, you then should publish part 2 directly after it, so in the default pagination, it will push the person to the next post which would be part 2 of 2. If however you are creating evergreen lengthy articles, like a tutorial, then I would suggest placing this as pages, with parent child hierarchies, like tutorials/seo-training/the-basics-of-seo-part1/ and then tutorials/seo-training/the-basics-of-seo-part-2/ . This would allow you to continually add extra pages in fact you could have other pages under this parent category that wouldn't need the words "part" at all.
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chrglobal Premium
Hi Chris,
Thanks for your help.
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GarySkoglind Premium
You could put a text link mentioning your 'previous post'. Depending on how people find your posts, they may not read them in order.
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chrglobal Premium
Hi Gary,
Thanks for your help.
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