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What do you think of www.crazy4color.com?

colorcolor subscriber Posts: 3
edited February 2008 in Website Critique
I have recently launched my new website www.crazy4color.com and would appreciate any feedback on the site (design, flow, photos, prices etc).  I am using a prostores template that I have modified, but I have little to no web development expertise.
Our company goal is to only sell really bright, colorful baby items (starting out with clothing).  As a Mom I got tired of finding so many pastels for babies and was always on the look-out for vibrant things to catch my little ones attention (from clothing to strollers to carseats!).
I think I have a little niche market here, but I am also struggling with what keywords to use as google adwords.  If I go too specific (as in bright baby etc.) then there are very few impressions....and if I go too broad (baby clothing), then I am way down on the list behind all the huge name brands!  Any advice here would be great too!!
Thanks so much for checking us out!!



  • WeblineWebline subscriber Posts: 13 Bronze Level Member
    Good points by Craig. You have 74 errors if you try W3C validation. No h1/h2 tags.I`m guessing this was designed with IE in mind; in Firefox there are some layout/display problems.You have a lot of code, but not much content on the pages.
  • colorcolor subscriber Posts: 3
    Thank you so much for the feedback!
    Craig -- I didn`t associate the name with baby clothes as I did not want to limit myself (hopefully I can expand into other areas eventually .  I really appreciate the ideas on changing the homepage and copywriting -- when I re-read my homepage, it sounded so "blah" compared to the ideas that you had!!  I will definitely start brainstorming on some "color" redesign as well (I just did not want to make it too bright as I know people struggle to read it then).
    Thanks again for some awesome constructive criticism!
    Webline -- thank-you for pointing out the validation errors.  Unfortunately I am not a web developer and will need to go back to prostores for some help on these...but at least I know they are issues now!!! Thank-you!


  • colorcolor subscriber Posts: 3
    Thanks Craig!  Yes, its amazing how easy it sounds to start up a business...until you actually do it!  There is so much more to it than I ever imagined!  I am very happy to slowly tweak away and try new things and every time it gets a bit better and a bit better...and hopefully the sales will follow!
    This is a great forum and I have gained so much from viewing many of the website critiques!

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