But many mom-and-pops still do, as well as those who want to retain more control.
Here’s why it works for them … and why others choose not to do so.
Jewelers seem to be split 50/50.
Half are planning gatherings, while the other half say “no.”
Seven out of 10 say they no longer use either.
Those who do use incentives, texts or phone calls to bring them back.
Many are fully vaccinated and ready to see jewelry in person.
40% say they do display at least some prices.
Half say they use it and half say they don’t.
Some say it’s a nice conversion opportunity.
More than 200 Brain Squad members weighed in.
Those that don't often turn the extra money into bonuses.
Many say they need to touch the jewelry before they buy.
240 jewelry retailers were surveyed. Only 3% said it had a major impact.
Freedom of choice is the No. 1 reason some say "no."
This is what other jewelers are using for display props.
Monday is a good day for business.
Our Brain Squad sounds off on why they do or don't have one.
Most do, but barely ... and for a variety of reasons.
4 out of 5 readers say yes.