Your January jewellery business to do list
Last year tutor Anna Campbell wrote a series of posts to prepare you for your Christmas sales. Now she’s back with a quick reminder of some new year jewellery business tasks.
I hope you had a bumper Christmas of sales.
January tends to be a quieter time so hopefully you’ll have a bit of breathing space to think about the following:
1. Remember to update online listings that you have for your jewellery, particularly if you made any Christmas announcements. It puts buyers off if your online shop is still listing Christmas posting dates
2. You will have noticed that the shops are already selling Valentines day, Easter and Mother’s day products. I suspect most of your items will make excellent gifts for these occasions so consider updating your listings to say ‘perfect Mother’s day gift’, ‘thoughtful Valentines gift’ or ‘a great alternative to chocolate this Easter’
3. Consider creating a spring/summer range if you haven’t before. It is helpful to focus your creativity and helps to keep your online shop/market stall fresh
4. Check this blog every day from 14 January for the London Jewellery School business week for more advice and tips on improving your jewellery business for 2013
Anna is an LJS tutor teaching a number of jewellery making classes and PR for your Jewellery Business. She mentors artists and crafters in setting up their website and using social media to promote their businesses for Crafty Websites and runs her own jewellery business, Light Boat Jewellery.
- Get ready for Jewellery Business Week (londonjewelleryschool.co.uk)