It’s good to know that in this commercialized world there are still sites that aren’t all about making money. Oh, you still get to spend (or not spend) after seeing these sites, but only after a very thorough presentation of the good, the bad and the alternative.
One such site is ShopWiki.com, their Toys and Games Buying Guide in particular. It’s like a search engine results page for toys and games for kids, with drill-down, cross-linked pages that will keep you enthralled for hours. There’s even a section called Classic Kids Toys, where the Classic and Retro toys may make you relive your own childhood days in the backyard.
While other online shopping malls feature only stores and products that have bought advertising space, ShopWiki.com links to almost every online store, whether these stores are advertisers or not. When you have drilled down to the actual item you’d like to buy, the final step takes you straight into the online store’s website.
ShopWiki.com lets you explore your options as a buyer and gift-giver, and the bottom line is you end up with an item that you have really taken the time to evaluate and pick out.