Having a business page on Facebook or a channel on Instagram is not enough.
The study reveals how online and social media platforms are key drivers when making purchase decisions.
It all starts with what and how you post.
C'mon, stop treating it like it's the same as Facebook.
How big and how fast it grows is up to you!
The moral is to wait and watch.
If you are genuine and stay away from generic posts, social media users can quickly develop a bond with your brand that increases trust.
Stand out and please online shoppers with social media-driven sales.
Think of it like a long and winding text exchange with a friend.
Including all the actions you should take to maximize results this Christmas.
It's not overly crowded and doesn't cost anything.
That goes for your social media as well.
And be sure to remind clients to plan ahead if they want a custom-designed gift for Christmas.
Don't forget to remind holiday customers to bring jewelry in for a free cleaning.
A couple of months ago, pre-coronavirus emergency, when the economy seemed to be humming along, digital marketing may have been a useful part of your marketing...
Text messaging allows you to target clients with the right content to make sales.
Make sure your online set-up is optimized for the new status quo during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jewelry store owners really need to stop romanticizing Mark Zuckerberg's creation.
Beam back Facebook Live posts from your next trade show.
The good news is there are ways to do it affordably.
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