Showing posts with label Online Review Writers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Online Review Writers. Show all posts

Monday, 13 January 2014

The Right People With The Right Skills - MDM

MDM projects

Intricate #MDM projects like #material master data management are result-oriented, and need the presence of knowledgeable and experienced data experts at all times.

In order to proceed with large data management projects such as material master data management, businesses generally prefer to purchase and implement new MDM tools in one single move. At such times, they employ a set of skilled individuals to smoothen the overall transition. Since several companies consider hiring outsiders as quite risky, for fear of handing their precious data in the wrong hands, they tap into their own firm to look for individuals who match up to their minimum set criteria. In addition, if the software runs on a well-known digital platform, they hire a smaller set of people to work together on the project. These people are generally given a quick tour through the system, equipped with some light, first-hand training on how to use the software, and then asked to take over the project themselves. With the visible lack in substantial structure, strategy, design and best practices, such an environment would only benefit certain short-term data requirements. Moreover, it would also invite added data maintenance expenses in the long run, with the regular need to keep internal customers and stakeholders happy.

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Thursday, 22 August 2013

Indian Gold And Diamond Jewellery For Your Hair


Since ancient times, India has been popular for two things – one, for various aromatic spices in food, which tingle the taste buds; and the second, being its love for gold jewellery While Indian traditional jewelery has already won the hearts of millions with its extravagant designs and colorful intricate artwork, some jewellery is not as famous as their counterparts. The jhoomar, tikka, rakodi and jadai banjara are some of them.

Worn on the forehead, the tikka is a headpiece that forms a vital part of Indian jewellery. Decorating brides and temple dancers in the southern parts of India, this headpiece is usually worn by every woman in the North, irrespective of her age. The tikka collection of India is as diverse as the country, where it was born.


Friday, 9 August 2013

About MICC Power Cables and Electrical Wiring

MICC cables last longer as compared to plastic insulated cables. The durability of MICC cables can be attributed to its sturdy construction. The robust sheath and the powdered mineral insulation of the cables act as the protective gear of the conductors, preventing them from getting in contact with exterior elements. The functioning of these power cables is not hampered even when exposed to harsh environments for a longer period of time. Though the cable is made of extra-strong materials, its flexible competence is not compromised.

The cables can be wound or bent as per the requirements without affecting its functioning. While renovating old mansions and heritage buildings, MICC cables are often the first choice of engineers as they blend easily with the stone work used.


Monday, 29 July 2013

The Ultimate Gold Jewellery Buying Guide

Gold jewellery has always been purchased by people everywhere, and will continue to be in high demand in the market. Gold is one of the most attractive precious metals all over the globe.

Psychology - Gold has been associated with royalty, luxury, success and prestige. It is considered to be auspicious in various cultures. It is often associated with victory and triumph. Gold holds a sacred space in India as it is used in various customs and traditions.

Colour - Gold is known to be yellow in colour. Apart from yellow, white gold and rose gold are also very popular. For those who like a blend of colours, there are two tone styles available as well. New colours can be formed by mixing pure gold with other metals. Mixing gold with white metals is in vogue now-a-days

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Thursday, 11 July 2013

Unique Indian Jewellery

Indian jewellery is famous all over the world, for its uniqueness and variety. Read the article to get an better in-depth understanding about gold ornaments.

Most foreign countries bear a misconception that Indian jewellery only consists of ornaments made of pure yellow gold. Although, our love for gold and its colour may have created this notion, it is not the only metal used in the ornaments. Jewellery made of white gold, platinum, copper, brass, bronze, silver and even ivory are extensively popular in different parts of India. Jewellery primarily made of glass and wooden beads are also seen in many rural and tribal areas of India. Inspired from their traditions and cultures, different states of India have their own unique patented jewellery designs, which are popular worldwide.

While Delhi is popular for its luxurious Kundan ornaments, Orissa is famous for its delicate Tarakashi or silver filigree jewellery and artwork. The temple town of Nagercoil in South India is famous for its extravagant temple jewellery, and the intricate vibrant designs of Meenakari are popular all over Rajasthan. Surat is renowned for its generous inclusion of diamonds and electroplated brass, and copper jewellery are popular in Moradabad.

Varanasi and Purdilpur are famous for their glass-beaded jewelery collection, while Mathura is famous for its wooden-beaded ornaments. The Bidri work and fresh pearl necklaces of Hyderabad, the lac jewellery of Bikaner and the Thewa jewelry of Pratapgarh along with the exotic tribal bead ornaments of Andhra Pradesh, add a different twist to the already vibrant collection of Indian ornaments.

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Thursday, 4 July 2013

TBZ Hyderabad No Making Charges campaign

No making charges on certified diamond jewellery at all TBZ-The Original stores in Andhra Pradesh and Kerala from 5th July to 20th July 2013.

This monsoon season, get some fabulous offers from Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Limited a well-known and trusted jewellery retailer in India with a legacy of over 148 years. TBZ-The Original has waived off all making charges and the offer is valid from 5th July 2013 to 20th july 2013, in TBZ stores, in Andhra Pradesh and Kerala on all their certified diamond jewellery collections.

According to Mr. Kiran Dixit, Group Head-Marketing, TBZ Ltd., this is our signature campaign, that customer's favorite too. It is observed that first time diamond buyers or diamond jewellery collectors or wedding buyers, queue up to the TBZ Stores during this campaign. Some customers take this opportunity to prepare themselves for the upcoming festive season. Whatever may be the buying purpose, TBZ’s wide range of diamond jewellery designs will cater to all.

The Art Of Film Reviewing

Film critics

What is film reviewing?

Film reviewing is not the means of expressing personal views and opinions about a film. It is an art, where one critically analyzes every aspect of the film and appreciates it for its uniqueness, superiority and clarity, while taking into account the strengths and weaknesses of the film. The first step towards becoming a film critic, is knowledge. The more films you watch and appreciate, the more you would get acquainted with the task. Film reviewing is more of a critical inspection wherein the critic analyzes and views the film in depth and communicates his views to the audience, interpreting the strengths and flaws of the film in a manner that is best understood by the common man.

Film reviewing is not an art of expressing personal views and opinions about a film alone. It is an art which dissects and analyzes every aspect of a film. To know more click here.

Monday, 24 June 2013

India And Its Magnificent Temple Jewellery

temple jewellery

Ashish Kaith has extensive knowledge on jewellery and designing. Being an expert of Indian jewellery designs, he writes articles related to gold and jewellery to help people make better choices.

Many people assume that all temple inspired jewellery have images of gods and deities. However, every pattern inspired from nature is also a part of the temple jewellery collection. This includes designs of leaves, birds, flowers and animals engraved on gold. Popular temple jewellery usually have a pendant design of has goddess Mahalakshmi - the goddess of luck and fortune, seated on a lotus. The images of Lord Krishna, Ganesha, Balaji and Vishnu have also become popular in recent times. The main attraction of temple inspired jewellery is the pendants which are huge and alluring with sparkling gemstones and pearls etched on them.


Significance Of Gold Jewellery

Indian Gold Jewellery

Gold, not only plays an important role in securing one's and one's loved ones future, but it is also considered as a way of expressing your love for others, especially women. Women of all age groups are often gifted bangles, earrings and gold necklaces. A woman with abundant gold is often considered as a blessed woman. Gold necklace is often considered as the most suitable item to gift to a woman. Gold ornaments do not just add glitter to one's person, it adds grace and beauty to the wearer's appearance too, which is why, it is more preferred than other metals, when it comes to ornaments.

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Saturday, 22 June 2013

Gold Rush This Wedding Season

Indian gold jewellery

The Indian wedding tradition has an ancient origin. It is not just a cultural practice. It is a lot more than that. People buy gold with savings, which they have accumulated over the years. They love to flaunt their gold jewellery. It has a sense of vanity attached to it, but the entire obsession with gold is much bigger than that. It is a mixture of, culture, tradition, fashion and economics. TBZ is one of the leading brands, which caters to the Indian jewellery market. They have an extensive range of gold ornaments, which are affordable as well as appealing. TBZ's dazzling Dohra and Ria collections are renowned for their charm.

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Saturday, 15 June 2013

TBZ presents Easy installments scheme

No making charges on certified diamond jewellery at all TBZ-The Original stores in Maharashtra. TBZ ties up with multi banks for ‘Easy installments scheme’.
TBZ certified diamond jewellery

This monsoon season, get some fabulous offers from Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Limited a well-known and trusted jewellery retailer in India with a legacy of over 148 years. TBZ-The Original has waived off all making charges and the offer is valid in all stores in Maharashtra on all their certified diamond jewellery collections.

TBZ-The Original has also tied up with leading Indian and international banks to provide convenient EMI (equal monthly installments) schemes to all customers. Customers can choose convenient 3-month, 6-months,9-month and 12-month schemes at 26 TBZ-The Original stores in 20 cities across 7 States in India. As part of the tie-up with TBZ-The Original, there is a special EMI offer on Amex credit card valid till June 30, 2013.

According to Mr. Kiran Dixit, Group Head-Marketing, TBZ Ltd., This is our signature campaign, that customer's favorite too. We have observed that first time diamond buyers or diamond jewellery collectors or wedding buyers, queue up to the TBZ Stores during this campaign. Some customers take this opportunity to prepare themselves for the upcoming festive season. It is also a great opportunity for customers who can exchange their old gold jewellery against the new one. We are sure whatever may be the buying purpose, our wide range of diamond jewellery designs will cater to all.

TBZ-The Original outlets offer a customer-friendly ambience with amenities such as displays, comfortable chairs, ambient lighting, elegant stylish interiors and the use of complementing and contrasting colors with bright lights. The showrooms have elegant interiors and prospective customers will be given personalized attention and customized services. The showroom offers a wide array of innovative and attractive jewellery designs for the fashion-conscious men and women with an added attraction of custom-made products.

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Monday, 13 May 2013

Profile Of A Online Content Writer

Online Content Writing Services

Online content writers have to weave the content web, keeping in mind certain key words. In such a scenario the creativity and technical acumen of the writer is put to test. The writer needs to smartly incorporate the given keywords without deviating from the actual topic. Writing for blogs also involves the use of key words.

There is a difference between a website content writer and a print writer. Research suggests, web users have a tendency to scan the content written on the web as to read the content written in print. Readers on the web have a short attention span and only read the content, which appeals to them. Thus the writer catering to such an audience, has to create smart, informative and engaging content to keep the readers interested.
Currently, the online content writing industry is booming and offering a lot of job opportunities. Make sure you understand the profile before jumping on the bandwagon.

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Thursday, 9 May 2013

Smartphones For The Visually Challenged Individuals


Visually challenged users can now use Smartphones and that too without needing any assistance. All credit of this invention can be credited to its inventor Sumit Dagar, whose different perspective towards technology has simplified the life of visually challenged individuals.

Sumit Dagar has created the first ever Smartphone for blind individuals. It uses the Shape Memory Alloy technology and works in conjunction with the Braille language. People can send or receive information by using the interactive screen, which is made of pins.


Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Google+ With GIF Image for Profile Pics

Google+ announced the recent development with a post on their site, accompanied by links to a guide explaining ways to create a GIF. Animated Gif’s add another dimension to your profile picture. They are constantly in a loop and keep on repeating the movement. They are more interesting compared to the still images that people use as profile pictures.

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Thursday, 2 May 2013

History Of Microchip


Once upon a time, Jack Kilby was hired by a company called Texas instruments. They were working on the concept of integrated circuits. Their idea was to pack multiple transistors into a chip. Doing that would reduce the distance between circuits and accelerate the flow of instructions in the machines. It was summer thus a lot of Kilby’s colleagues were off on vacations. As Jack Kilby was new at his job, he worked vigorously over the concept. When his colleagues came back from the vacation, they were presented with a prototype of the microchip developed by Jack. He packed many transistors in one chip starting a revolution, which would involve packing hundreds of transistors in a chip.

Whoever said that 'Size doesn't matter' was probably talking about the microchip. You are able to read this blog post because your computer is being supported by a small microchip.
To know the history of the microchip which runs your system, read the complete blog.

Wednesday, 1 May 2013


There is something about summer, which makes one pack their bags and rush to a place far away from the mundane routine. Everyone wants to get away from the sweltering Summer heat and visit some cool places to relax their minds. Worry not, for here are some amazing Indian Summer destinations which will give you some much needed recreation and also infuse some energy back in you.
So, here are a list of Best 5 SUMMER HOLIDAY DESTINATIONS IN INDIA, which will take your breath away, apart from relaxing you completely.

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

The Legacy Of Indian Jewellery

Legacy Of Indian Jewellery

The origination of Indian jewellery can be traced back to the history of our nation. In the ancient times, Indian women felt the need to beautify themselves, thus leading to the creation of jewellery. The inundation of precious stones and gems in the Indian land resulted in it being used in various forms of ornaments, to enhance one's beauty. The availability of these gems and metals was one of the reasons why foreigners were attracted to India. The reasons for owning jewellery now, and then has been different however. Earlier, it was to showcase their wealth, power and prestige in the society, whereas now, it is more of a symbol of having a secure financial investment.

What further adds to the charm and aura of Indian jewellery is that every part of the country has made its own contribution to the numerous styles of jewellery. For example, the delicate silver filigree work is well known in Orissa and Andhra Pradesh, while jewellery with Meenakumari work, which consists of enamel in its jewels, is famous in Jaipur. Kundan jewellery made from precious and semi precious stones is widely used in Delhi. Another ancient type of jewellery, which originated from West Bengal is Navrattan, consisting of nine gemstones, namely ruby, sapphire, emerald, coral, turquoise, cat's eye, opal, pearl and diamond.


Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Gold Prices in India

Gold prices saw its lowest hit since 1983 on 15th April. This fall has been defined as the worst hit in the past 30 years. From the then high-priced, but now inexpensive 1800/10g, gold prices went on to touch the sky with a whooping 30,000/10g till the first week of April. With the second week of April ushering in, gold prices went on to fall worse than a descending superstar on a path to self- destruction and fell down to a low 27,000/10g. It gradually decreased even lower than worst hit it had ever seen and has settled for a few hundreds less than 26,000 Indian Rupees this week.

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Friday, 19 April 2013

Writing content for Social Media

Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus+, Orkut, Instagram, Pinterest, and all other popular networking sites have one thing in common, apart from their target audience. They all are free and this has led to a potential rise in the subscribers who use them. Invading various mediums for decades, advertisers have now plunged into the pool of networking sites to gather valuable resources that would earn them loyal customers

Writing content for web pages is different from writing content for social media. Content for social media should be short, crisp and shareable.

Read on to know how to write effective social media content.

Monday, 15 April 2013

Renew The Life Of Your Gold Jewellery

cleaning gold jewellery

While cleaning gold jewellery, it is essential to avoid any harsh chemicals, soaps, oil or cleaning powders, as it will ruin the appearance of the jewellery making it uneven and dull. Ideally one should use their jewellery only when required and should avoid using it while performing house-hold chores. Wearing jewellery with designs regularly, would lead to the accumulation of dir and make it lose its shine. Ornaments are also prone to lose its shine, if it comes in contact with make-up and perfume.

Ideally, it is better to avoid cleaning any Indian jewellery by yourself, if it has precious stones or is painted. Gold ornaments should be cleansed with warm diluted dish washing liquids to preserve its appearance and shine. Ornaments should be soaked in some diluted detergent and gently dried after rinsing it with plain water. For removing hardened stains and dirt, some regular toothpaste should be rubbed with the help of a small piece of cotton. To drain excess water from the jewellery a soft cloth should be used. Tissues should be totally avoided as they may leave residues or form scratches on the jewellery. Ideally, one should give their jewellery professional care at least once a year in case they use it frequently. Frequent cleaning and proper maintenance will redeem the look of the jewellery, making it appear brand new even after using it for decades.