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How to: Kit Analytics

Getting all mathematical with your kits but need a bit of guidance crunching those numbers? We’re here to help! Keep reading for more details on how to access, read and understand Kit Analytics. As always, if you have further questions or feedback, hit us up at support@kit.co. How do I access Kit Analytics? What is… Read more

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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. Enter Kit. Kit is a community to discover, discuss and purchase interesting, useful things. Whether purchased on a whim or carefully plotted and researched, everything… Read more

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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 below for guidelines about using and showcasing the Kit brand. Icon Our icon is a black box with rounded corners with a white “K” in… Read more

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Embed Kits on your WordPress Blog

It’s easy to share beautiful, interactive kits on your 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 an interactive, shoppable kit of your recommendations. Here is how you can set it up: Log… Read more

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How To: Embed a kit in your website

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in May 2016. Since then we have revamped our embed functionality. Learn about improved kit embeds here. Have a few kits you’ve been wanting to post on your blog or personal website? At the top of every kit, look for the Embed button: From here you can either… Read more

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Make Money With Kit

This article is now outdated. Please refer to our newly launched Help Center for updated information. We believe the work creators put into making kits should be rewarded. If someone comes to Kit and buys a product because you recommended it, you should be paid for that. Right now we allow Kit creators to keep… Read more