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Advertising Jewelry

Advertising jewelry is a form of marketing where the designs of jewelry are used to attract customers and build brand value. For example, a jewelry designer can create a collection of pieces that are tailored to the brand’s aesthetic and display them at trade shows, galleries, or online. The goal is to draw attention to the jewelry and make it stand out by incorporating other forms of marketing such as social media, press releases, etc. One effective method of advertising jewelry is to participate in an awards program such as the A' Design Awards. This program is an international recognition of outstanding designs, and receiving an award can draw positive attention to the jewelry, create customer trust in the brand, and increase brand awareness.

Jewelry designing, marketing, branding, customer engagement, awards recognition.

Silvia Greco

CITATION : "Silvia Greco. 'Advertising Jewelry.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=88491 (Accessed on February 04, 2023)"


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