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Harris Jeweler gets it right with a print advertisement that delivers genuine impact for its investment.
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One simple step could make your marketing more effective.
Be ready for a new way of thinking.
They have plenty of advantages compared to diamonds, he says.
There's something for your customer’s every mood.
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But it's hard not to see the downside.
There's no single message that will sell everyone.
Something tells us that's not a real Rolex, Gene.
Use it for lead-generation.
The more jargon you use, the more likely you are to alienate customers.
Answer the question 'What's in it for me?'
His business habits are catching up with him.
You may not even know that you're doing it.
What exactly does he mean by 'custom,' anyway?
Many jewelers have dabbled in every-door direct mail, with varying results. In the video below, marketing specialist Jim Ackerman outlines five considerations for making the most...
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