Latest Posts: has been acquired by ConvertKit

We’re excited to share some big news with you today: has been acquired by ConvertKit!  Geniuslink has operated for nearly five fabulous years. In that time, we’ve improved

Let’s Get Personal (Homepages)

Sing it in your best Olivia Newton-John voice: “Let’s get personal, personal!” Introducing the personal homepage on Kit. Kit is built on the premise that product recommendations are better when

Search Is Here!

Since we launched Kit, we’ve seen all sorts of people share a diverse range of kits with interesting finds, from bento boxes to MIDI controllers to full-face travel pillows. With

Additional Monetization Tools on Kit

At Kit, we believe in the importance of creators. From the day we launched, we’ve allowed anyone to monetize and have not taken a cut of earnings. We’re always considering

Improved Kit Embeds

We’ve used your feedback to give embeddable kits a fresh update! They now include any descriptions you have written, and each product within the kit links directly to the retailer

Embed Kits on your WordPress Blog

If you have a WordPress blog, you can copy a link to your kit, paste the URL into the post editor, press “Enter” and it will replace the link with

Kit’s Brand Guidelines

We love that you love kit! We’re happy that you want to promote your Kit presence and content, and want to make it easy for you to do so. See

Kit: The alternative to Amazon aStore

Amazon is retiring aStore. Learn how you can migrate to Kit As you may have heard, Amazon is retiring their aStore feature, leaving many affected searching for a great alternative.

Suggest a product on your favorite kits

We’ve been hard at work over here at Kit with some exciting new features and wanted to tell you about one fresh-out-the-oven. It’s called Suggest a Product and we hope

Video comes to Kit ?

One of our community’s top requests is live! Now you can add a video to the top of your kits…and it looks amazing: Modern Dad sharing his go to gear

Unlisted Kits

Sometimes you want to make a kit for that special someone — like a client, a viewer, or a friend — and it’s for their eyes only? Other times you’re in the middle of