Facebook-based group continues to grow, and will offer exclusive benefits to magazine subscribers for 2019
Jewelers Helping Jewelers (JHJ) started 2019 on a high note, hitting the 15,000 member milestone, and celebrating the 1 year anniversary of its member-based publication, JHJ Magazine.
Founded by Aleah Arundale in 2016, the now 15,000+ member strong Facebook community, which boasts an international membership, has become a highly valuable tool in the jewelry industry. When asked about the phenomenal success of the JHJ group, Arundale said, “It’s a labor of love for me, and a testament to the industry itself. Together we have built a community that has made our whole industry stronger and better.”
While the group continues to grow its membership, it is also expanding its reach both in print and online. JHJ members and magazine subscribers have a lot to look forward to in the coming year, including new events and opportunities designed specifically for the JHJ community.
Ann Glynn, publisher and editor of JHJ Magazine said, “We’re busy creating tools, products and services we feel will make an impact on our members, and are looking forward to an exciting year.”
Changes on the business side under the leadership of Glynn and the magazine will include the introduction of the JHJ Magazine companion website, with both free and subscriber access only content, and Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest social media accounts to support the magazine.
The magazine will be adding new print and digital offerings, which started with its 2019 Calendar of Inclusions. Other print components, such as a series of JHJ Digests as well as customized products that JHJ members can use for add-on sales to increase revenue and customer goodwill are planned to launch during the first quarter of 2019.
Also on the list for 2019 is a series of 4 JHJ ConFab events. The events, produced by JHJ Magazine, include a 3-day JHJ Las Vegas Forum which will take place during Vegas Market week, a JHJ Family-Fun event in July, a JHJ Sessions event in September, and a JHJ Swap Meet event in October.
Aside from the new product and service offerings, Glynn has also arranged for exclusive partnerships for JHJ members that will start rolling out in March 2019, designed to help save time and money, and grow business resources for all industry members.
“Everyone involved with Jewelers Helping Jewelers knows how much of an impact the group has made already within our industry,” said Glynn. “We are looking forward to continuing to grow the magazine and member benefits to keep up with this fabulous group in 2019 and beyond!”
If you are interested in joining the Jewelers Helping Jewelers Facebook Community, you can access the group online at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/JewelersHelpingJewelers/
For more information about the JHJ Magazine, you can visit the website online https://JHJMag.com or get social with the JHJ Magazine on Twitter at https://Twitter.com/JHJMag and on Facebook at https://Facebook.com/JHJMagazine/.