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Tiffany’s first ad featuring a same-sex couple was the top story on NationalJeweler.com last week.  
Jewelers can boost where their website lands in search results by focusing on quality content, natural keyword inclusion and social sharing, an SEO expert said during an education session Sunday at JA New York Winter.
During her keynote address at the JA NY Winter show, MSNBC host JJ Ramberg spoke of the need for retailers to simplify their businesses and explain the “why” behind their stores.
The Women’s Jewelry Association now is accepting applications from members for a merit-based grant to help women in the industry get their businesses off the ground.
A keynote speech delivered by a small business expert and a panel discussion on how to snag the modern bride are among the sessions scheduled to take place at the JA New York Winter show. 
Insurer Jewelers Mutual has earned its 28th consecutive A+ Superior financial strength rating from A.M. Best Company, an insurance rating and information source.  
Slane, the jewelry company started by sisters Landon and Heath Slane 18 years ago, is discontinuing its wholesale operations while the brand “considers a new direction for the future.” 
Total retail sales in November and December increased by 4 percent to reach their highest levels since 2011, according to the National Retail Federation. 
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