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Jewelry is a seasonal business. Most sales in this industry happen during holidays and important occasions such as Christmas, Black Friday, Valentines. So, as a jewelry seller, you need to capitalize on these seasons, and the best way to do so is by creating promotions and products’ relation to the specific event.
The jewelry industry might have taken a slight hit in 2020 but the forecast is looking good for 2021, with a predicted increase of 0.72% in online sales. This trend is expected to continue over the next few years, in
One sure-fire way to establish your business online is through social proof. This means showcasing real users’ experiences with using your product in an attempt to lessen buyer remorse, doubt, and anxiety. This is particularly important for pricier items, like
Amazon and Walmart seem to be running in tandem toward the number one spot in the eCommerce race. As one gains some ground, the other soon follows suit and often moves ahead. Interestingly, no other retailer dared to compete with
Walmart and Amazon are the world’s largest eCommerce players and cutthroat competitors in multiple industries. So, as an online seller, not listing your products on either marketplace means an immense missed opportunity. Multichannel marketing is the way to go nowadays.
The recent pandemic has accelerated the speed at which businesses are switching from offline sales to a predominantly online business model. Marketplaces like eBay, Etsy, Amazon, Walmart, and more are growing exponentially and expanding their operations across borders due to
We all understand the importance of an online presence in today’s day and age. Even when selling tangible products, like jewelry, a business needs an optimized digital medium to increase visibility, widen its market share, build a following, convert leads,
Dropshipping is a business model where a third party, usually the supplier or manufacturer, ships a specific, usually custom-made, product directly to the customer following an order via the seller’s online store (usually your website). Simple, right? While it may