Saturday, January 14, 2006

Baby Gear joins Child Safety

BUSINESS IS BLOOMING - Business at My Precious Kid has really blossomed this month. We just added 18 new products in one week. If you have ever opened a business you know how much work that is. I had to order all the inventory. Then I had to find places to store all that inventory. Then I had to create a web page for each products which is about an hour each. In order to do it right and make search it is search engine optimized it takes time and planning. Then because that makes our line nearly 70 products I had to redo my categories and make new categories and an overall category page. Whew!!!!

NEW PRODUCTS - The items were added last week and the orders are already coming in. I am thankful for that. We expanded our niche a bit to include Child Safety Products and Safe Baby Gear. We also have a side niche of Potty Training and Baby Sign Language. It has been like Christmas with all the new things arriving.

POTTY TRAINING - I am excited about the new potty training products we have added. We have disposable potty seat covers, a folding potty seat to take in your diaper bag, and potty stickers. I even teach an online potty training class.

BABY GEAR - We added several new items under Baby Gear. I love the swaddling blanket set. I teach a new moms class and teach swaddling. We also have Car Seat covers that cushion your baby in comfort in the car seat, stroller, jogger or swing. Our new Time Out Mat has gotten rave review. We also added baby sign language cards.

SAFETY PRODUCTS - We added another child ID bracelet. This one is soft and comfortable. It I waterproof and comes in blue or pink. Our teddy bear Child Locator in brown and pink continues to be a best seller.

AD CONTEST - Are you a novice writer. I have a contest this week for the best 20-40 word ad for my company to use this year. The winner will get any item on my site for free (value up to $36). Email me at with AdEntry in the subject line.

New Year 2006 - I hope your family is having a wonderful new year in 2006. I anticipate business will keep growing and life will stay busy with the upcoming wedding of our son.

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