So, I recently created a post for brands when working with instagrammers. You can read the post here and the guidance to help make it a more successful and fair venture on both parts.
One of the things I mentioned it that a brand should ask for your media kit. A media kit is a summary document which you can share with a brand that outlines all the key information about you and your platform.
If I take mine for example it includes:
- A summary of who I am
- Links to examples of work, features and my platforms (Instagram, Pinterest and my blog)
- Statistics for my blog and Instagram (follower number, weekly views and impressions)
- Feedback from previous brands
- My contact details
It’s important that it also fits with my aesthetic and style so the brands know what to expect from me. It’ll be no surprise for you to hear that mine is Navy and white with block dramatic text across it…
So how do you make your media kit look good? Well, I’ll let you into a little secret. If you’re not already using Canva, create and account and search media kit, you’ll get some templates that you can use and build on (and it’s free!)
If you don’t want to do that here’s an overview or starting point as to how you might want it to look…