Case Studies

  • Children’s Sedation Dentist

    This children’s dentist has multiple locations in the Las Vegas area. Their first practice opened in 2010 and offers their patients the option of sedation. They approached us looking to expand their online dental presence. Compared to the previous year, their organic traffic increased by 415.5%.

  • Miki Miette

    This children’s clothing boutique creates functional and fashionable designs. In addition to their flagship store in Culver City, their clothes are carried at major retailers such as Nordstrom and Barney’s. They came to Coalition for SEO and PPC to bring in more online sales. Through our work, we increased their revenue by 189.17%.

  • Jujube

    This diaper bag and backpack retailer focuses on both functional and fashionable bags, and is a favorite of moms everywhere. Within five months, organic traffic made up 25% of their revenue and year over year data showed an organic revenue increase of 81% from $94k to $170k.

  • Tooth Fairy Pediatric Dental

    This dental care provider specializes in children’s dentistry in northern Nevada. Compared to last year, organic traffic has increased by 1216% with overall traffic increasing by 943%.

  • Daytona Apparel

    This parent company offers easy-on, stay-on shoes for babies and toddlers. These shoes are named after the creator’s son – Robert – she made the shoes after she could not find ones that fit their needs. We designed a website that launched ahead of schedule while meeting all of their design and development expectations.

  • Ububba

    This children’s clothing company offers neutral, minimalist designs that don’t break the bank. After 3 months with us, Ububba saw a 62% increase in organic traffic and a 82% increase in organic transactions that resulted in a 39% increase in organic revenue.

  • Ultimate Party Superstore

    This party supply store has anything you need to throw the ultimate party. After 11 months with us, The Ultimate Party Superstore experienced a 47% increase in their monthly revenue and a 43% increase in their overall revenue.

  • Posh Tots

    This high-end southern children’s boutique offers premier apparel, shoes, and gift brands. After six months, organic revenue had increased by 129% and overall revenue is up 390%.

  • Plaza Japan

    Can a Japanese Anime company that’s been generating sales of $300K per month on eBay utilize SEO to drive more traffic and comparable sales to their website? Year over year, they have seen a 81% increase in traffic with a 384% increase in revenue.


    This children’s toy company has been family owned and operated for over 80 years. They started in Germany as a B2B but have expanded into the US and offer B2C options now as well. After 7 months with us, overall revenue increased by 70% and organic revenue increased by 50%.

  • Un Deux Trois Fashion

    High fashion website design requires a meticulous eye and a thorough approach, both of which we delivered for UDT.

  • Super Spinner

    Through careful SEO, PPC, and PR efforts, including targeting parent bloggers and their followers, we helped this children’s tire swing alternative company reach a wider audience that ultimately resulted in increased sales and revenue.

  • Kids Only Furniture

    Kevin runs the top children’s furniture store in Los Angeles. He specialized in wooden pieces that invoke the good old days. He came to us because he knew he had some problems on his website, and that he needed experts to help him out. Read on to find out how we increased new users to his site by 64.64%.

  • Bestbabie

    Bringing the best baby and children’s products to consumers should be like giving candy to a baby, right? Well, it takes a little work. Our expert design and development team made this company’s products visible to the correct market.

  • Boy + Girl

    While a 5 year old may not be too critical of their own attire, you better believe that their parents are. Boy + Girl wanted an ecommerce website that spoke volumes about their aesthetic through lifestyle and product imagery.