What you’ve got right there is a tertiary (or third-level) heading (H3)
Tertiary headings are a great way to introduce an important concept that is still related to the topic of the secondary heading. For instance, if I were crafting a post about writing at different times of the day, I might have a second-level heading “Writing at night.” After a little explanatory copy, I might add a tertiary heading “Writing at night in public.” See? Tertiary headings are great for drilling down to a more detailed subset of a larger, more general topic.
Sometimes it really helps a reader to summarize key points, or break up longer sentences, in a bulleted (or “unordered”) list: (my notes: bulleted list, ordered, numbered list is good)
- This is the first of this article’s many important points
- And here’s the second
- Summing up, there’s this thing you should know