The study reveals how online and social media platforms are key drivers when making purchase decisions.
Plus one way to deal with those pesky emails while on vacation.
C'mon, stop treating it like it's the same as Facebook.
How big and how fast it grows is up to you!
The big question: How should technology be changing how jewelry salespeople work?
Why are so many jewelry salespeople still selling the way they always have?
The moral is to wait and watch.
It’s time to treat your online business as more than just a digital catalog.
If you are genuine and stay away from generic posts, social media users can quickly develop a bond with your brand that increases trust.
It’s a slow time, try this experiment in management as well.
And carve out some time for your employees to shop your competition.
New research report shows how jewelers are leveraging social media and ecommerce to cope with pandemic.
Find out the results from a survey conducted in Oct/Nov 2020.
Here’s how to translate your in-store experience to remote shoppers.
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You’ve got one more thing to build…a plan.
It's not overly crowded and doesn't cost anything.
Learning new technologies can be easier than you think.
It requires more than point-and-shoot with your iPhone.
It's also a great time to cross-promote via coupons with a nearby business.
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