Sample Page

This is an example page. It’s different from a blog post because it will stay in one place and will show up in your site navigation (in most themes). Most people start with an About page that introduces them to potential site visitors. It might say something like this:

Hi there! I’m a bike messenger by day, aspiring actor by night, and this is my blog. I live in Los Angeles, have a great dog named Jack, and I like piña coladas. (And gettin’ caught in the rain.)

…or something like this:

The XYZ Doohickey Company was founded in 1971, and has been providing quality doohickeys to the public ever since. Located in Gotham City, XYZ employs over 2,000 people and does all kinds of awesome things for the Gotham community.

As a new WordPress user, you should go to your dashboard to delete this page and create new pages for your content. Have fun!

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  1. The GE Girls in Technology event is a joint effort organised by the GE Women’s Network and the Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre (W.TEC), a
    non-governmental organisation.

    GE recently welcomed 30 high school girls to its office in Lagos, Nigeria, for the
    fourth annual Girls in Technology Day, on 19 May. This event is designed to show
    women and girls the exciting career opportunities offered by the science, technology, engineering
    and mathematics (STEM) fields.

    A recent STEM report predicted that by 2020, 80% of all future
    jobs will require a STEM education. Currently, only 10% of young women globally show an interest in STEM fields, and
    this number is even lower in Africa. While cultural norms, peer perceptions and traditional
    duties at home may push some young girls away from pursuing STEM careers, GE seeks to show girls that these fields are fun and welcoming for them.

    The GE Girls in Technology event is a joint effort organised by the
    GE Women’s Network and the Women’s Technology
    Empowerment Centre (W.TEC), a non-governmental organisation. This year’s event was also supported by GE’s Africa Affinity Forum (AAF).
    Participating girls were aged between 13 and 17 and were
    from public schools in and around Lagos.

    The event, themed “She can CODE,” was designed to give girls training in coding and computer programming.
    They were educated on various topics, such as
    animation programming with Alice, app development using AppInventor2, and produced a digital video called “Girls’ Day in GE and What GE Does.”

    Participants also learned more about GE’s business
    units and the roles that technology and IT play in careers at the organisation. They also met senior GE leaders who shared their personal stories and
    career highlights for personal insight into STEM career paths.

    A visiting VP and Global Chief Information Officer, Jim Fowler, attended the
    event and served as a judge for the coding competition. “It was thrilling to spend the afternoon in Lagos judging the coding competition between these brilliant young women,” said Jim.
    “I was so impressed by their talent, enthusiasm and spirit.”

    The girls left the day’s events feeling energised and
    empowered, and the event was a rousing success. GE
    will continue this annual engagement, and to continue encouraging girls and sparking curiosity in STEM fields.

  2. Acquiring Backlinks from Multiple Domains is Important

    We know that earning backlinks to content is important,
    but how important is it that the backlinks are coming from different websites versus the same one?

    Well, the data clearly shows that it’s really important to have a substantial amount of diversity in the domains linking to your webpage(s).

    This is probably one of the most clear-cut factors that equate to high search engine rankings.
    In fact, the data showed that, on average, webpages
    ranking #1 had over 168% more linking domains than the webpages
    ranking at #5.

    This is even clearer to see when you look at the fact that webpages
    ranking #1 actually receive a 23% share of all
    the linking domains pointing to webpages on page 1 of Google.

    Whenever I map out a backlink acquisition strategy for an SEO campaign, one of the first questions that
    I try to answer is, “How can I get links from a wide range of different websites that are relevant to me?”

    Higher volumes of backlinks are great, but combining that with high diversity
    is what’s really going to move the needle.

    To give you an idea of the general ratio that you may want to aim for, I looked at the average ratio of backlinks to linking domains that results ranking on page 1 of Google.com had.

    As the trendline in the chart above indicates, the average ratio of backlinks to linking domains that page 1 ranking webpages had was 37:1.

    It’s worth noting here that this isn’t necessarily what you need to “aim for,” but rather it should be used as
    a benchmark to determine whether your current backlink profile could do with an increase in domain diversity.

    Action: Use a tool like Ahrefs to analyze your ratio of backlinks to linking
    domains. If you find that your backlinks are mainly coming
    from a small pool of domains, look at a way
    to diversify your backlink strategy to get links from a
    greater variety of domains.

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