Originally Posted by kdaniel171
I think the best decision you can make is mixing online and offline marketing.
A lot of companies practice that.
Let me explain. So you have your online toy store where people can choose toys they want and then make an order.
Aditionally, you have so called showroom, where customers can see the toy they order in life, touch it, I don't know, maybe even smell it.
That way, you kill two birds with one stone.
I agree with the above. Your product are ones I would want to touch before buying. except the crayons, I just want to play with them
I'm just an average Joe with 2 kids. I know nothing about retail. That being said. You have good page authority and domain authority so using seo for niche marketing would not take a whole lot to get going
You have done/had done a lot of work on your website link profile. From what I have read ( I am new to this computer stuff) you may want to diversify your link profile a little. Out of your 981 backlinks, all are do-follow. You should consider getting some no follow links. Google may be penalizing you on your seo because it looks unnatural.
I didn't see a Google + button or a facebook like button on your page. Do you have to log in to see them?
I visited your facebook using your link. I "liked" the photos on the facebook page. They looked more enticing and crisper/cleaner.
my 2 cents from the other side of the pond