jewelry

Sunday Series: Jewelry Category Sparkles and Shines

The holiday season always has an insurgence of TV ads featuring husbands and boyfriends pulling out jewelry boxes from behind trees or under the mistletoe — so it’s no surprise that the shopping category for jewelry made December 2013′s list of fast movers!

Sunday Series: Top Moving Jewelry Sites

Image from: engagement ring / Shutterstock Now that February data is live, we can get a glance at Valentine’s Day trends–this week we compiled the top growing jewelry sites. The category had over 9.3 million Unique Visitors in February, an increase of 12.6% over January and 4.6% over the past year. February is the second most popular month to shop for Jewelry after December. The most interesting site was the

Can Tiffany & Co. Cash In on the Instagram Craze?

Image from: Tiffany & Co. Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, right? Wrong. This past January we learned that Tiffany and Co.’s stock declined 10%, marking the steepest drop in more than 3 years, citing a “weakness” in spending from U.S. customers.  And it’s not surprising; since the recession luxury brands have taken a hit as consumers spend more frugally. So, how can Tiffany’s pick up the slack? Earlier this

Shopping for the Holiday Sparkle

Image from: Graça Victoria / Shutterstock There are so many reasons to be cheerful around the holiday season. Among them are the excitement of getting that new video game, the thrill of receiving that “it” bag, and possibly the pleasure of smelling that distinctive new car smell. But what can be more exciting and nerve wrecking than having that special someone light up as you propose your eternal love? Maybe

Compete December Category Data Shows That Premium Brands Thrived

BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire – February 4, 2011) - Compete, a Kantar Media company, today released data for December showing that premium brands within its Premium Brand Driven category thrived online during the month, growing 15.83 percent as a whole. The leading sites in the category are a reflection of the high-end merchandise that was found under the tree this year — accessories, apparel, jewelry and automotives. A deeper look within the Premium