I ran a couple of quick keyword density analyzers - at first blush, it seems you`ve got quite a mix of topics (reflected by the keywords and phrases) going on, and not enough focus on a particular topic area in actual text (i.e. not in links). What keywords are you interested most in? What is the focus of this site, exactly, in 3 words or less?
By the way, I believe your spelling of "unforgetable" is wrong...it should be with 2 t`s, i.e. "unforgettable". (at least according to dictionary.com!). That may not help things.
In three words or less it`s a "home candle business", but the purpose of the website is to "try" and get buy in from others. So what you are saying is that I need to development different websites for each entity of the business, that is fundrasing website, business website, sales website, etc.
BTW - it`s not spelled in correctly. I didn`t that on purpose - as a distinction. Obviously, it`s not working along with everything else. Thanks, but now I am more confused than ever - along with the possibility of more development.
Hi - you`re probably going to want to pay for some SEO/SEM help (the quickest way to get on the road to improvement), or, work your way through the SEO/SEM help available out there (the longer way), catalogue your online asset and content areas that need help, and methodically plan out/execute an overhaul of your websites and content. It`s going to take a while, many weeks and probably months - so take a deep breath and put your business strategy hat on.
Clicking around your site, the links, the reciprocal ads, adsense, the "ebusiness" site - it`s all a bit of a mashup. All those "business links"; I understand you`re trying to build inbound links, but all these outbounds simply take people away to competitive offerings, and don`t enhance your pagerank (which is "0", by the way). The "in your face" picture of the girl overwhelms the pages; what does she have to do with your business? (How about a picture of a candle somewhere :)...) Splash pages aren`t the answer - these are best leveraged to "capture" and convert business, once people have actually arrived at the site (like pay-per-click landing pages) - plus, search engines don`t like them, if they become duplicative with other areas of the site.
Don`t despair - it takes a while, especially by yourself. Read up, plan, and focus on your business plan. One of my sites - www.dullessouthonline.com, is only now (after 6 months) achieving the goals I`ve set for the keywords as far as local, organic representation in the search engine listings. Of course PPC on Yahoo/MSN/Google can get you visibility pretty fast, but that can be expensive for a startup, and in your business, the bids are probably pretty high for these popular keywords (like home candle business).