One platform that has been seemingly difficult to pinpoint for small businesses, but has always attracted attention, is Hulu. With Hulu’s latest beta launch of their self-serve platform, many independent jewelers across the country will now be able to target bridal consumers viewing over 50 hours of OTT content per month on their platform.
As an ecommerce jeweler, you’ve probably noticed the rising trend in online shopping. In fact, ecommerce sales will reach over $630 billion in 2020 per Juniper Research. While more customers are great for your business, it’s also a good time to focus on how to keep your customers safe. As online sales increase, so does the potential for fraud. Juniper predicts that 65% of all online sales this year will be fraudulent.
Learn how to use Google to build a foundation for your eCommerce business! Featuring eCommerce expert Ron Dod of Visiture, you’ll learn how to leverage google organic listings and ads as well as how to measure success from Google.
Trust, kindness, and communication form the basis of any successful relationship. In 2020, a Live Chat customer service is one of the latest trends to hit the online business world. Below you’ll find a host of reasons why this feature is the one to grab on to and add to your website.
It’s 2020, and I thought by now that every jeweler on the planet would at least have proper social media pages to attract customers. Judging from this year’s opinions of how Valentines Day performed for jewelers, I was clearly wrong.
At any given time of the year, you’re busy running your business – marketing your products, closing sales, fulfilling orders, and handling customer service responsibilities. You definitely don’t have time to deal with any issues or hiccups related to your ecommerce site or digital marketing campaigns, and you expect them to run smoothly at all times. However, the reality is that technology is imperfect, and things will break or no longer meet your needs.
The way consumers search for and select a jeweler is vastly different today than in decades past. Twenty years ago, the selection process moved more slowly. To find a business, customers had to look it up in a phone book or rely on recommendations from family and friends. Today, however, more than 56% of consumers do their research through search engines online—and usually from a mobile device.