Add This to Your 2024 Jewelry Marketing Strategy

Episode #269 – “Add This to Your 2024 Jewelry Marketing Strategy”

Welcome to Episode #269. Today, I want to talk about the power of events for jewelry marketing, and how figuring out your event strategy should be a major priority in 2024, if it’s not already on your radar. But before I talk about events, I also want to stress my special passion for email marketing and how it ties into this discussion.

The latest data reveals that email marketing delivers impressive results, boasting an average ROI of $45 for every dollar invested in Retail, Ecommerce, and Consumer Goods/Services. This holiday season, I’ve witnessed firsthand with my clients who have robust email lists just how dominant email can be in converting sales.

But how does this connect back to events, you might wonder? Well, to maximize the effectiveness of your email marketing endeavors, you need a robust subscriber list. Acquiring and nurturing this list isn’t a simple task. One effective approach is to venture out into the real world and participate in events. This way, your future fans can meet you in person, providing an opportunity to share their contact information with you. Whether or not they make a purchase at the event, they become valuable additions to your email list, enabling you to cultivate a lasting relationship with them over time.

We’ll be looking at this topic through the lens of Hilary Finck Jewelry, who we’ve been spotlighting as a jewelry brand case study. For those joining our podcast series for the first time this season, I’d suggest starting with Episode #252. Doing so will introduce you to Hilary and allow you to follow this narrative from its inception.

Before our conversation with Hilary, I want to talk about the types of events you should be trying in 2024, how to collect email subscribers, and then what to do with those email subscribers once you’ve added them to your list.

Links From the Episode:


00:00 Start
3:49 Primary Episode Content
17:13 Interview
31:56 The Gold Mine