Very nice looking site. You have great flash effects.I think the best way to get noticed is to partner with another company that has mutual interests. They will give you better promotion and it`s a much higher return than pay-per-click. For example, create free logos for a company like startup nation and they will give you a testimonial or referral.It`s important to know how many visitors hit your competitors` sites. Try this link to see traffic stats for logoloft.com.
Well, it sounds like black is your signature color and it`s working well for you.You have beautifully detailed photos like this one: belt buckle. But from the large list of items, a user has to click several times to get to the photo.A really nice effect is the "image enlarge on mouseover" on thumbnail photos. eBay just recently added this their thumbnail photos. You can see it in action on this page when you move your mouse over the text "link1" and "link 2". image effect It`s just a few lines of code.
I looked at your site and have a few thoughts for you. 1st - your link in your SuN signature has an extra space in it so it doesn`t take you to your site. Doesn`t that always happen? :-|
I think it`s difficult to see the products with the dark background. How does it look with a white background?
You have some very detailed photos that seem to get lost in the noise. Maybe you could have a 400 px by 400 px image show on mouseover. It`s pretty easy to implement.
I make my living from my eBay store that carries Women`s suits: Shining-Star-Suits
When I started my eBay sales, I experimented with several types of
clothing items. I figured out what to sell by trial and
error. I was frustrated by not being able to profile other
sellers and determine demand for my items. So I created a new
market research service that won`t break a seller`s budget: eSeller Street
So, now for the advice.
Aim for profits from Day 1. When experimenting with what to
sell, buy items from a store that can be returned. If you find
something that sells for a profit, specialize in that item..
Don`t try to be the lowest cost seller, instead upsell by creating compelling listings with detailed photographs.
Research the competition. How much are they selling each
week? What is their success rate. These numbers should go
into your inventory decisions.
Best of luck!