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Feedback on Media Kit

danadtolldanadtoll subscriber Posts: 2
edited January 2008 in Public Relations
Hi all... we just finished our 2008 Media Kit and I would love some feedback if anyone has the time to have a look.
Check it out at http://www.adtoll.com/media/adtoll_media_kit.pdf


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    danadtolldanadtoll subscriber Posts: 2
    Thanks guys... yes in a sense it is kind of a sales kit and media kit in one so trying to accomplish both within the same kit.
    We have already used this kit to present to interested parties and it has been received very well.
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    PRProPRPro subscriber Posts: 25
    Hi Dan,
    I agree with Craig and Jennifer. In order to increase sales and awareness quickly, it may be worth it to take the extra time to create a sales kit and a separate media kit. This way, you can give the targeted audiences you are going after (for different reasons) exactly what they need-fast!
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    saravanansaravanan subscriber Posts: 389 Silver Level Member
    A media kit usually contains things to give to people for a campaign you’re running. It would include things like tone of voice, hashtags to use, post content and approved images you want them to use. Sort of like a branding manual but more for people to use your advertising correctly.
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    arjun123arjun123 subscriber Posts: 114 Silver Level Member
    Although the media kit of National Review isn't quite beautiful, but it is efficiently placed for a better display of their stats.
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