Fine Jewelry News Launches Website for Women

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Fine Jewelry News announces the launch of its community-based website designed to give women a forum to share their love of fine jewelry, gain confidence about buying jewelry, and help others in need of advice. "Fine Jewelry News speaks to the dreams and desires behind a woman's jewelry purchases: to mark a moment in time with her children, to live more lightly on the earth, to be a little bit 'rock n' roll' even with a full-time job and a family that needs dinner," says Jodi Goldberg, editor.

Fine Jewelry News announces the launch of its community-based website designed to give women a forum to share their love of fine jewelry, gain confidence about buying jewelry, and help others in need of advice.

"Fine Jewelry News speaks to the dreams and desires behind a woman's jewelry purchases: to mark a moment in time with her children, to live more lightly on the earth, to be a little bit 'rock n' roll' even with a full-time job and a family that needs dinner," says Jodi Goldberg, editor.

Through Fine Jewelry News, women will gain confidence about buying fine jewelry by asking questions and speaking their minds in a secure, supportive environment. They'll start to think of jewelry first when it's time to celebrate special moments, honor traditions or start new ones, and give back to the people they care about most--including themselves. Not to mention taking time out to indulge in a little luxurious daydreaming!

A subscription-based e-publication offers a rich blend of style and substance, covering topics that range from fashion trends to fair trade gems. Opportunities to connect with an online community give women a valuable second opinion on potential jewelry purchases, along with space to share stories and swap ideas with an eager, interested audience. Casting a vote in the Fine Jewelry News weekly opinion poll lets women find out what they have in common with other jewelry lovers all around the world.

"Fine Jewelry News is a great resource for consumers, but it's valuable to the jewelry industry, too," according to Goldberg. "It's a place to find out what's on women's minds, and to gather insight about what's important to them."

Contact: Jodi Goldberg
Phone: (608) 795-2267
Cell: (608) 444-8623
finejewelrynews.com

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