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Industry insights from the jewelry marketing experts.

Social Promotions: What You NEED To Know

by Shane O’Neill, Vice President Companies always seem to talk about, or promise, ways to get more fans. That’s easy, but what’s more important is understanding how to acquire quality fans and followers. These “organic” fans can be the difference between a successful social strategy and one that fails to deliver results. Most “strategies” for acquiring fans involve...

Italian Ice Recipe

by Michael Fruchtman, CFO Italian Ice 3 cups ice2 cups fresh fruit (chopped)2-4 tablespoons granulated sugar or honey1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice Put fruit, juice, sugar and 2 cups of ice in food processor bowl or blender. Blend until chunky, then add remaining ice. Blend until smooth. Pour into a baking dish and place in freezer for 30 minutes....

What Makes A Website Good for SEO?

by Charles Pobee-Mensah, Director of Digital Marketing It's easy to get swept away by a website salesman who talks about how the website that was built for you is good for SEO. Or maybe you signed up for a website platform and "Search Engine Optimization" was among the features that were listed. But you might not be...

Can You Be-leaf It? Fall is Here!

by Hayley Lardinais, Account Coordinator Today is the first day of fall, marking the autumnal equinox when day and night are, mostly, equal parts. As the days gradually become shorter and temperatures begin to drop, saying goodbye to summer is never an easy feat. So while pumpkin spice and Halloween lovers rejoice, the rest of us will...

Baked Ziti

by Kelsi Roth, Senior Graphic Designer & Social Media Coordinator Baked Ziti 16 ounces dry ziti pasta½ white or yellow onion (diced)2 cloves garlic (minced)4 links fresh spicy Italian sausage (casings removed)1 pound 85/15 ground beef24 ounces jarred arrabbiatta sauce (or any spicy pasta sauce you like)12 ounces jarred tomato basil saucesalt and pepper (to taste)2 cups shredded...

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