Web Developers Wanted

Jobs at Silex Technologies India

Job Title: Web Developer

Location: Chennai (Permanent Resident of Chennai Preferred)

Having secured a wealth of exciting new clients in the past few weeks and months, we’re continually looking to expand our development teams therefore have a need for experienced web developers.

You must have excellent working experience of XHTML, CSS and Javascript as well developing dynamic database driven websites using languages such as PHP and MySQL.

Our ideal candidate is someone who:

  • Has spent time developing their own personal sites or contributed to open-source projects.
  • Has a genuine passion for the web and the technologies around it
  • Is highly motivated, a quick learner and have an attention for detail
  • Can work well as part of a team
  • Is always striving to do things better

Salary dependent on experience:


Technology Jobs at Chennai, India

Repetition is the Key to Brand Development

Repetition is the Key to Brand DevelopmentOnline brand development starts with the decision of what is the most appropriate identity for you and/or your business. The next logical step is to establish how to brand the identity you have chosen in a way that is effective and in alignment with what it is you do.

Quite often the best approach is develop a series of branding strategies that will make your efforts the most effective and your coverage the most extensive.

From this point on your focus will be to make sure your identity branding efforts are both as consistent and as repetitious as possible. No matter how ‘slick’ or cutting edge your strategies may be, if they are not reinforced consistently they will do you little good. Ultimately the key will be in your repetition since this will be what eventually embeds the image you are reinforcing into the minds of people.
Here are 5 reasons why repetition and not necessarily the design of the strategy itself plays a key role in how effective your online identity branding efforts will be.

Expands Exposure

The greater the repetition the deeper the market saturation. This obviously leads to more exposure as your efforts begin to reach more areas of the internet. Much like filling a bucket of water, the more you put into the bucket the fuller it gets and so the same for your repetitive identity branding efforts.

Conditions the Mind

As more people begin to repeatedly see your brand in different areas online, they begin to form the association between the image itself and what you are branding. This is simply conditioning people to automatically make this association and is exactly how branding strategies work towards the development of any brand. The more they see your efforts the stronger the association becomes, plain and simple!

Arouses Further Curiosity

If people see your image or brand often enough it is quite common for their own curiosity to compel them to seek further information on what the image represents.

Remember the whole point behind establishing a brand is to increase your marketing effectiveness and by getting people to visit your site you now have the chance to do so!

Brings Forth More Witnesses

This is the point where your repetition has saturated the market allowing others who may not have formerly seen your ‘impression’ a chance to view more about you. Quite often this occurs after others have referred them to do so due to the viral effect that is taking place. It is hard to avoid the ‘buzz’ about you when your image is seemingly everywhere!

Image Reinforcement

Your consistent repetition serves to only more firmly establish your identity. With each new effort your exposure grows and the association between what you are branding and the image you are establishing becomes that much stronger. This reinforcement is exactly how to brand yourself or business or even both online.

Brand development is a very important aspect of internet marketing because it helps make you more easily noticeable online. The process is actually not very complicated and starts with the determination of what is the most appropriate identity for what you do. From there a decision is made how to brand this chosen identity into the minds of others.

In most cases the utilization of multiple branding strategies is often seen as the best approach. No matter how dynamic or cutting edge your selected strategies may be however, effort will be wasted unless the image is reinforce as repetitiously as possible.

This simple act of repetition plays a key role in how effective your identity branding efforts will be, and the 5 reasons discussed above are testimony as to why. Without repeated and consistent reinforcement even the best strategies will fall short of making the impression you want in the minds of others.

About the Author: TJ Philpott is an author and Internet entrepreneur based out of North Carolina. For more tips about effective online brand development and to also receive a free instructional manual that teaches valuable niche research techniques visit: http://affiliatequickstart.com/

What’s Google Up To Now?

Is Google trying to steal a bit of Digg’s thunder? Or is this yet another move towards user personalization of Google’s results?

The web community is trying to guess what Google could be up to, after Googlified revealed that “Google Experimental is currentlyrunning an experiment that allows some selected users to “influence [the] search experience by adding, moving, and removing search results.”

To me, this is just yet another indication of the move towards a trend of personalization of the web. The idea would be that Google’s smart algorithms work together with mass user behavior, but that the final search results are run through the “context of ME”. With this new development from Google, the “context of ME” would no longer have to be based on user history alone (what sites I’ve visited, stuff I’ve bought, etc), but also what the user explicitly says that they are interested in or not, what is valuable and what isn’t. I think this is a great development towards a more complete and thus valuable idea of personalization, one that shows a balance between the user’s conscious and unconscious behavior.

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