Welcome to Kidstore – the best name for your online shop!

If you’re looking to succeed with an online shop selling children’s clothes and shoes, toys and games for children, baby clothes and equipment, prams, pushchairs and buggies or any any type of goods and services for a child or baby anywhere in the UK, then you need a great domain name.

Kidstore is the best possible domain for you if you want to set up an e-commerce website, or just attract lots of customers to your existing business selling goods or services that are aimed at babies or children of any age. It says exactly what you do and so will be great as short and easily memorable name so that customers will always find you. You can buy kidstore domains here!

If you already have a business, or are looking to set up a new online business selling any of the following, or providing services, then the domains kidstore.co.uk and kidstore.uk which are available for sale and could be just what you need to get the best result in Google and other search engines and will give you a great headstart in SEO to make your business rank highly.

  • Children’s toys and games
  • Children’s clothing and shoes
  • Indoor or outdoor play equipment
  • Prams, pushchairs and buggies
  • Cots and nursery equipment
  • Bedroom furniture for children
  • Events and activities for children
  • Bed linen and duvet covers for children
  • Nursery, creche and child care services
According to the report in January 2014 from Internet Retailing www.internetretailing.net internet retailing market grew by 16% during the course of the year, according to the IMRG-Capgemini eRetail Sales Index for December. It was capped by a final month in which online sales rose by 18%, with £11bn spent up from £9bn in December 2012. Twice as much was spent via mobile devices as was spent using them in December 2012. The figures beat IMRG’s original estimate, last January of 12% growth.

The IMRG [IRDX VIMR] forecast 17% growth in 2014, and estimates £107bn will be spent online over the year. The e-retailing trade association estimates that 21% of retail sales now take place online.