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1-50 Brands ranked
Updated February 2023
Everyone loves a bit of bling to accessorise and complete their look, but it isn’t about catching a customer’s eye when window shopping, a great online presence is important too. Meaning not only being high up on the Search Engine Results Pages, but also being active on social media platforms.
This comprehensive report contains everything you need to know about the jewellery and watch industry. We look at the top brands and investigate how they are shining through across various key metrics such as visibility, keyword opportunities, page speed, social brand reach, as well as digital marketing trends and brand reputations.
Some of these metrics are exclusive to us – you’ll only find them in our reports, so go to the top of the page and download this report now to get all the information you need to improve your brand’s ranking.
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The Jewellery Market Report 2023 gives online jewellery brands useful insight into how their digital marketing efforts measure up to the competition; a snapshot of the jewellery market’s digital performance for the year, trends and resulting opportunities.
If you’re looking to improve your online visibility and beat out your competition, this report will provide your brand with the fuel to launch a successful digital strategy. Download the free market report to find out which areas of your existing online strategy need polishing up.
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The top 10 jewellery brands in the UK for 2020 are (ranked):
2. H Samuel
4. Ernest Jones
9. The Jewel Hut
10. Links of London
While percentage figures are shown, this rank shows the biggest increases in visibility.
1. Pandora (47%)
2. Tiffany (48%)
3. Glamira (470%)
4. Blue Nile (293%)
5. Claire’s (20%)
1. Ernest Jones (-33%)
2. John Greed (-75%)
3. Warren James (-63%)
4. Gemporia (-49%)
5. Swarovski (37%)
We run a different report on watches as their keyword set is quite different from the brands listed here. You can find the watch report here.
It may be that your visibility is below the threshold needed to feature in the report. If that’s the case, or you think we’ve made a grave error by missing you, let us know through our contact page.