An organization’s press kit is among one of the most useful tools in public relations. A well-developed press kit, also known as a media kit, can serve as a one-stop source for reporters and are essential in pitching stories. PRDaily has helped put together major components of a press kit, including:
- Company Overview – This explains what your company does, what it offers, and what differentiates it from competitors. It includes the company history, story, mission, and provides a basic description that avoids industry jargon and clichés.
- Fact Sheet – This may be part of the overview and is usually a one-page, bulleted list of vital information about the organization, such as achievements, important dates in its history, statistics, and more.
- Biographies – Be sure to have biographies for CEOs, chairmen, founders, and other key players. Include headshots and a few paragraphs (this is not a place for life stories).
- FAQs – These can differentiate the organization from competitors. Speak with the organization’s sales team and contact center to uncover common questions from perspective customers.
- Press Releases – Keep these current; two to three will suffice. If the announcement is recent and relevant enough, the news outlet might publish it.
- News Coverage – This can provide background to journalists and establish your organization as credible and newsworthy.
- Multimedia Elements – This can include everything from high-resolution photos of products and videos to maps and the company logo.
- Contact Information – Cover phone numbers and email addresses of company media contacts. This can also include links to your company’s social media profiles.
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