44 ‘Kitsy Lane’ Reviews
So far, so good
I just started my boutique 3 days ago. I have 9 registered customers so far. I created a facebook page for my store and already have people liking the page. I see that it takes a little work, but you don't have to spend all your time on it. The little bit that I do is showing progress. I can't comment on the big earnings and the longevity, because I have not reached that point yet, but so far, so good.
I have been a small business owner for a number of years. I tried to join the webinar which is required for orientation, which was not successful. I have very limited time so waiting almost 15 minutes for the webinar to come up was a waste of my valuable time.
Unless you have lots of time on your hands to hope that your webinar works, don't bother.
My daughter spends countless time on the computer,spreading the word through every media possible. She adds new jewelry, and does everything required to make money on this venture. We support her,but she's been doing this for nearly 2 yrs.,and to this date.she's made .23 cents. I think Kitsylane is a pyramid scheme. That's my review.
An opportunity to work from home and earn a commission...
I have searched the web to find work at home opportunities and found none including webinars and customer support without a start-up cost.
My storefront design was easy to setup and I'm following "My To Do List" manage boutique to set-up Facebook/Twitter accounts; invite friends, etc. I believe through social media and networking folks will at least visit the boutique; even if they do not purchase something right away.
I am thankful to Kitsy Lane for the opportunity to have a free website, , free domain, free hosting, pick weekly flash sale products, constant updated inventory and chance to earn a commission.
I am not sure if the reviewers actually have boutiques or what...I have a boutique with 350 registered customers. I make about $400 to $500 monthly with my boitique. The jewelry is good quality - comparable to fashion jewelry at a department store such as Dillards or Macys. I have a full time job and I am in school so I don't have much time to put in on the boutique. I work at promoting on twitter, facebook and pinterest. I've had no shipping issues or complaints from my customers. I am now doing trunk shows as well. Its a great opportunity for zero financial investment...