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Tara M. Clapper

Welcome to Women in Tech Week on the SEMrush Blog

Tara M. Clapper
Welcome to Women in Tech Week on the SEMrush Blog

Welcome to Women in Tech week on the SEMrush Blog. This week, we'll explore various issues relating to women in tech, and in particular, women in digital technology roles. Through interviews and features, we'll explore topics such as:

  • How did notable women in tech get into the industry – and what factors are key to retaining them?
  • What advice do women in tech have to offer for those new to the field?
  • Female-only coworking spaces – why are they necessary?
  • Who are the top women innovators in digital technology?
  • How can any company create a more inclusive workspace?

While this week's focus is on women in technology, we encourage all of our readers to learn and participate in the discussion.

Our next theme is International SEO. If you would like to contribute a piece on this topic, please contact me to pitch a post.


Tara M. Clapper is Technical Editor at SEMrush and Senior Editor at The Geek Initiative, a website celebrating women in geek culture. Connect with her on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Tara M. Clapper is Content Development Specialist at Express Writers and Senior Editor at The Geek Initiative, a website celebrating women in geek culture. Tara is a prolific content creator and an accomplished editor, having written and edited thousands of blog posts, small business websites, and other inbound marketing content through the course of her career. Tara enjoys blogging about SEO copywriting, content management, corporate culture, personal branding, networking and LinkedIn. She has over a decade of experience in digital publishing. Connect with her on Twitter @irishtara

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