Sunday, 10 January 2016

A New Website, A New Blog

Hey everyone, it has been a while since I have written here. Lots happening in Miss Molly Land. With my husband Dave coming on board and making wooden toys, Miss Molly's Dolls has taken a new direction and as of 2016 we our now known as Miss Molly's Dolls & Toys.

We have a new website and with it a new blog, so this will be the last time I will be posting here, but I would dearly love for you to join us on our new site.

We are really excited about 2016, with lots and lots of new ideas and dolly and toy inspiration. As well as continuing with our Etsy shop we are looking forward to attending Canberra Handmade throughout the year, a wonderful opportunity to showcase our work to the public and being able to talk with customers face to face.

As well we are working towards new packaging and sending out work into several retail outlets.. but all of that is in the pipeline.

Thank you so much to everyone who has joined my voyage here on this blog, from way back in the very beginning and my first few dolls and my little knitted dolly clothes. Seems like so long ago now. Very excited to discover what is to come... hope to see you join us for the journey.

Mel xxxx


Anonymous said...

Wishing you the best with your new site - your work is just exquisite!

Porter Sommers said...

Marketing is a very important aspect to any new website or blog. I totally agree that it is something that needs to be kept updated in order to bring in a new crowd of people. If you feel this is something you could use, marketing companies are a great choice and can be the perfect fit for any type of budget.

Porter Sommers @ Plumb Marketing

Zack said...

It is wonderful that you made a smart business decision to migrate away from the Blogger platform. Hosting a site on your own domain featuring your products and a new blog is going to help you to have a professional online reputation. Continuing to blog and link where appropriate are excellent SEO methods to help the new site rank better too.

Zack @ My Net Wire

Deon Halstead said...

Love that little doll, you really do some great work. I am looking for a little doll that resembles my little girl. Gonna check out your website and place an order if I find one with red hair. Good luck with the Etsy store, you will, definitely do better there than trying to scratch your way on eBay or Amazon.

Deon Halstead @ Video Marketing SEO New York