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What makes Storydoc better than PowerPoint or PDF?

With your conventional media kit format in PowerPoint or PDF, you’re unlikely to capture attention or truly engage.

Brands, influencers, and decision-makers have encountered countless media kits in these formats.

Although visually appealing, they often remain static, uninspiring, and challenging to navigate.

What is the goal of a media kit?

The goal of a media kit is to effectively showcase a brand's essence, offerings, achievements, and unique value proposition.

It's designed to engage potential partners, clients, or media by providing a comprehensive and compelling overview of what makes the brand stand out.

What should a media kit template include?

  1. Introduction slide: Brief overview of the brand.
  2. Product or service slides: Detailed descriptions with images.
  3. Audience demographics: Insights into the target market.
  4. Press releases or news mentions: Highlights of media coverage.
  5. Testimonials or endorsements: Credibility-boosting feedback from clients.
  6. Achievements and accolades: Awards and recognitions.
  7. Social media statistics: Followers, engagement rates.
  8. Contact details: How to reach out for more information.

Why use a Storydoc template instead of paying a design agency?

  1. Stroydocs are 2x more engaging than a typical agency-made media kit templates.
  2. Our templates cost a fraction of the price you pay an agency.
  3. With Storydoc you can produce content about 5x faster than using the legacy design approach.

What makes a good media kit design?

  1. Clarity and simplicity: Ensure the design is easy to navigate and understand.
  2. Consistent branding: Use brand colors, fonts, and logos throughout.
  3. High-quality visuals: Include professional photos or graphics.
  4. Interactive elements: Incorporate links to social media or video content.
  5. Storytelling: Arrange content to narrate the brand's journey and successes.
  6. Contact information: Make it easy for viewers to get in touch.

What are the main types of media kits?

  • Corporate media kits: Focus on company achievements and services.
  • Product media kits: Highlight specific products or launches.
  • Event media kits: Designed for promoting events.
  • Influencer media kits: Showcase social media influence and partnerships.
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