We launch on Tuesday, October 15th with a line of shirts and pants with themes typically missing from the boys' department: unicorns, pink, cats, rainbow and more. Raglans, Henleys and joggers, oh my! We can't wait for you to meet them all in person! :)
To enter, you will need to subscribe to the Boy Wonder newsletter at the contest widget below. You get 25 entries for entering! But it gets better... You can get additional optional entires by sharing the giveaway with your friends (worth 50 entries for each friend who also enters) and more!
We'll be adding new and additional entry options along the way during the contest so be sure the check back.
The winner will be selected at random on October 14th and will be announced the same day. Please see Terms and Conditions below. No giveaway-only accounts.
The Boy Wonder site is mostly down until we launch but you can visit boy-wonder.com to learn a little more about us in the meantime.
by Eva St. Clair October 09, 2019
If you and your labmates would like to be featured in our Ladies Who Lab campaign, please submit a response! It’s easy and should only take a few minutes. Please see the entry form below!
We will share submissions on our blog and/or social channels throughout November.
by Eva St. Clair September 25, 2019 8 Comments
Google Shopping ads rely on the product category code to decide what the product is - and therefore who should see the product and how much the merchant is going to pay Google to place an ad for it in front of that person.
If the code for the product we are selling is not available, there is no way for us to explain what the product is and who should be seeing the ad. This wastes our money by putting ads in front of people who don't need to see them. And it keeps us from getting seen by the people who do want to find us.
So, as I was assigning product category codes to our Princess Awesome products, I found out right away that we were going to have trouble running ads. I could not tell Google specifically what we were selling because the correct categories for our products do not exist within their schema.