Have You Read Your JCK Blogs Today?

December 2006
JCK;Dec2006, Vol. 177 Issue 12, p16
Trade Publication
The article highlights the launching of three blogs including the Industry Blog, JCK Voices and Style 360 at the web site of the "JCK." The blog would serve as a sort of online diary where people share their views in a first-person voice and readers can respond. The Industry Blog will be featuring many of the best-known voices in the jewelry industry. JCK Voices is a daily forum from the editorial staff on industry news, challenges and trends. Style 360 is written by fashion editor Carrie Soucy.


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