I have to agree with Paul.
I found very little that would compel me to buy. It is a quick template design for what appears to be a drop-ship business.
In less than 2 minutes of time on Google I was able to find significantly lower prices on all 4 of the items I randomly checked...many of these were on very well established sites with proven customer service performance.
It is tough to compete with big guys that own their inventory, and have large tech staffs to run a state of the art site.
But...do not give up. There are still many ways to take this concept into a workable model.
I also agree that some degree of specialization and seperation of products might be good. But you still have to determine your true target market and how to reach them.
Work backwards...who is the person opening the package that you sent? Why did they by it? How might they have heard about either the product or your website?
My wife plays with several different internet business models, including drop-ship sales. She has had some success. However, she also does some extreme guerilla marketing in the real world to support her online efforts and has an ability to think waaaay out of the box.
As an example, she has several affiliate sites for online gambling. One of them is a bingo site. She posts flyers for it at the local bingo halls. At first she tried it on the bulletin boards in the bingo halls. They were promptly removed. So now she posts them on the inside doors of the stalls in the ladies restrooms. Women using the facilities sit and read the flyer. Management only goes in to clean and with the door completely open, the flyer is hidden.
Promo-code tracking proves this to be a very successful program for attracting real money players.
Ignorance is bliss. No one told me it was impossible so I went ahead and did it anyway.