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13 tips for creating the perfect eBay product page for your jewelry
Selling jewelry on eBay has includes many aspects. How to make your listings stand out in high competition? How to optimize your eBay jewelry store cross-selling? How to adjust your items to the Best Match algorithm? How to find your
Adding value to your jewelry with professional appraisal
Imagine you buy a jewelry and pay $100 for it. In one case you receive just the jewelry you ordered. In another you receive exactly the same jewelry and a well-looking appraisal saying that according to market valuation you have
Selecting the right jewelry eCommerce management software
Even if your jewelry business started by your grandfather, on a small bench in the backyard, with a simple pen and paper… Can you rely on your brain capacity and free time in today’s world of speed and data? If
Amazon marketplace reduces fees on selling jewelry
(Post from February 2018 – check current terms on Amazon.com) Good things happen in the jewelry eCommerce! While the latest update by Amazon is not necessarily positive for all Amazon marketplace sellers, jewelry sellers were definitely glad to receive it.
How to choose the right marketplace to sell jewelry?
Starting your jewelry eCommerce business requires specific knowledge, very different from what is needed for an offline jewelry business. You need to be familier with different sales channels, and have the ability to find the right representation for your online
Logistics and Fulfilment for Online Jewelry Sales
Selling jewelry online is not only about the technology of online sales. It includes the whole spectrum of business ingredients. Three main parameters of a product’s preparation for e-commerce are: Customer service – being able to maintain the correct sales
6 Simple Ways to Get Jewelry Images Ready for E-Commerce in 2022
Studies have shown that many consumers still prefer to do their shopping offline because of online shopping’s inability to provide a tactile experience. That’s right! The inability to see, touch, feel, and try your jewelry products on before buying