Using Yahoo store can limit what can be done for SEO. Your site does have a good number of back links listed on Yahoo..BUT none listed on Google.
Your site is indexed by Google which is good.
What are your targeted keywords/phrases? You home page has so many different ones, it will be hard to get good search results from any of them - except for "beautiful wedding favors" Which is also your domain name.
Submitting to directories - make sure that those directories do not have "nofollow" links. Also, that they are search engine friendly and not banded.
What do your web stats show? What`s the amount and sources of your traffic? Examine your stats to see what is and is not working to generate traffic.
You might consider creating specific landing pages (SEO) focused on one or two keywords... and link them to specific products.
Interestingly, the favorite icon for your site is Yahoo`s icon. :-(
FYI, exchanging links does not help you as much as in-bound links from quality and related websites.
vwebworld12/30/2008 1:07 PM
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