Facebook and Instagram Shops are additional sales platforms that will redirect traffic to your product if you just take the time to link things properly. The feature is simple and dynamic, and you can publicize anything you want—from custom pieces to your best-selling brands.
Even before the coronavirus pandemic shook our daily lives, Pinterest was already on their way to dominating social commerce. Even though it has fewer users than other social platforms, it is a powerful tool for selling products online.
Simply put, a digital footprint is the record or trail of content you leave through your online activity. Small businesses worldwide are discovering new ways to diversify the material they post online, that can really propel their growth and profitability. But how much do you really know about your digital footprint?
How often should jewelers and jewelry brands should be posting on social media? After all, you want to make sure you’re posting frequently enough to spread your brand message and promote your products, but don’t want to annoy your audience and feel spammy. Here’s the answer.