Diamonds - either ancient ones or poorly cut modern stones are routinely re-cut to improve clarity and color. No biggie. But when it’s an historical gemstone people can have strong opinions.
There is a phenomena that’s been around for thousands of years (or at least since 1978 when I started in the jewelry business). It’s the ‘you ruined my jewelry’...
Two of the most important techniques to market your jewelry store online are:
1. Develop quality links from authority websites to your store’s website.
2. Build autho...
Over the course of the last 6 articles I wrote on Twitter, my goal was to educate you about the use of Twitter as a social networking tool and to examine how social netwo...
Most retailers depend on a cost plus mentality when it comes to setting their retail price on goods. This week David Brown investigates a more profitable alternative.
A layman’s definition: A dictionary offers “answerable” and “responsible” as synonyms for the word liable . So being liable means being responsible for one’s ...
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