You might not be able to overtly promote your business through a website such as Associated Content, but you can write informative articles about the background of your jewelry. You can achieve a two-fold benefit to the earnings of your business by linking your jewelry website to your Associated Content website, and by referencing your business in your biography.
Write your biography so that you include your experience in the jewelry-making business. If you have a business name, include that in your Associated Content biography. Your profile should include a link to the website where you market your jewelry.
Your Jewelry Website
Enhance your jewelry website by including a web log or a feed to each of your Associated Content Articles. By inserting code which prompts a clicked link to open in a new window, your users will not be directed away from your main website. Use keywords in your jewelry descriptions that will be unique to your Associated Content articles. For example, if you have an Associated Content article about the history of Ancient Greek or Minoan jewelry, write a description of a similar piece of your own as, “Coiled gold beaded bracelet inspired by the ancient Minoans.”
Historical and Exotic Contexts
When you write articles for Associated Content, write about the more unusual and titillating facts surrounding the jewelry. To find content ideas, research information regarding the jewelry pieces you already have. For example, if you have large black beads, see if you can find any historical references to black beads. If you have a collection of pendants, research the symbolism of the figures which they depict, and write articles about them. Some jewels and colors of jewels are considered to have psychological or even pagan meaning, which can be a fascinating aspect of your own jewelry pieces. Some cultures are renowned for their beadwork, and if you have any pieces inspired by such beadwork, even if your work is not a complete replica of that work, you can explain your inspiration on your jewelry website while writing your research on Associated Content.
Your Associated Content articles should not be blatant advertisements, but should reflect your sincere passion for your craft. When a potential buyer reads well-crafted articles you’ve written about the types of beads and pieces used in your craft, she may have a deeper appreciated for your expertise in the field. Exotic tidbits alluding some of your pieces to certain types of adornments of queens and goddesses make a piece inspired by such history or mythology much more appealing then simply seeing a literal description of a jewelry piece.
Associated Content will benefit from your unusual information, and so you might garner a small or residual income from the pieces you write for Associated Content while enhancing the market appetite for your jewelry specialty.