Don't overuse. They should mainly be used for headings and bold subtitles.
Quite some time ago I did much better with H3 tags. Google seemed to like them better because too many were abusing H1 and 2. Not sure if that's still true - but I still tend to use more H3s than anything. I also use 4,5,6 sometimes.
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