The Kardashian-Jenner family is often criticized for being famous for nothing, but there's actually a lot that goes on when they're not sharing their extravagant lifestyle on Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Over the years, momager Kris Jenner has secured several endorsement deals and product lines for the family, all of which require photo shoots, public appearances, and, sometimes, speaking engagements. Although some ventures have failed, the diversity and large scope of the family's business efforts have yielded a collective net worth estimated to be in the multimillions . How did they do it? Keep reading to see all the things the family has attached to their household name.
Yes, Kim and Khloé used to make public appearances at CVS stores to tout the benefits of using QuickTrim products, which contain laxatives. In 2012, a group of consumers sued Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney  for misrepresenting the product.
"I think men have had something to help them in the bedroom for years, and now it's our turn," Kris said in a commercial for Zestra in 2012.
There was a time when you could pay for things with the Kardashian Kard. The Connecticut attorney general said the card's fees were "outrageous,"  leading the lender to drop the program in 2010.
In 2009, Kim made a splash into the department stores with her self-titled perfume, touted as a "voluptuous" fragrance.
So you want to dress like Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney? You can go to Sears . The trio's Kardashian Kollection  includes short shorts, dresses, and much more.
Nicole by O.P.I. got the teen demo's attention by featuring Kendall and Kylie in an ad for the Kardashian Kolor line.
Kim's Kardashian Kolor ads featured the headline "Wel-Kim to My World."
The Kardashian Beauty line includes everything from lip glosses to faux lashes.
Kim and Kris teamed up for daughter-mother ads to push Skechers 's Shape-Ups in 2010.
The duo even held a press conference to discuss their family's dedication to fitness.
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Kim also made a sexy Super Bowl commercial in which she trades her shirtless  trainer for Shape-Ups. Unfortunately, though, the shoes didn't deliver the weight loss and health benefits the company advertised. In 2012, Skechers came to a $40 million settlement  with the Federal Trade Commission.
Kim endorsed Midori Melon Liqueur from 2011 to 2013.
In 2014, Kendall and Kylie released their own YA novel, Rebels: City of Indra, marking their debut as authors.
Perhaps Kendall and Kylie were inspired by their mom, Kris. She released Kris Jenner . . . and All Things Kardashian in 2011.
Forever 21  featured Kendall in its 2011 Twist campaign.
Kendall later showed off her stems in an ad for Arthur George, Rob Kardashian's sock line, which is available at Neiman Marcus .
In a video for Gillette  Venus, Kendall and Kylie answered questions about their grooming routines.
Belle Noel by Kim Kardashian  "was designed with Kim's true aesthetic at the core — amazingly glamorous pieces that are both functional and easy," according to Glam House, which also works with Nicole Richie  on her jewelry line, House of Harlow  1960.
Kim helped start ShoeDazzle.com in 2009 and has heavily promoted the subscription service over the years.
The Kardashian Khaos store opened at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas in 2011, and Kris Jenner stopped by a year later for her book's promotional tour.
The Kardashians will embrace nightlife for a hefty fee. In 2012, Kim and Kourtney took Kanye West , Scott Disick, and BFF Jonathan Cheban to LIV nightclub at Fontainebleau Miami to celebrate Halloween .
Tanning salons across America offer Kardashian Glow products. On the brand's website, Kourtney, Khloé, and Kim share a special message  with consumers: "Whether you're stepping out on a red carpet, hitting the town, or relieving stress with a little retail therapy, you never know where the paparazzi may strike. With our premier line of tanning products, you will be photo-op ready wherever you go — bronze color perfection with a kiss of Kardashian!"