Free Media Kit Template

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If you want to start working with brands, you need a blogger’s media kit. But custom-designed media kits are expensive, which is why I’m helping you understand how you can create your own, plus giving you a free template media kit template!

Micro-influencers are growing in popularity and companies and brands are vying to work with them. Think you need thousands of followers to be able to work with brands? Not anymore!

In fact, micro-influencers and bloggers are said to be better to work with than the big-name influencers. It’s important that you have your media kit ready to go so that you can approach brands and be ready when they approach you.

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What is a media kit?

A media kit is essentially a resume for you, your blog and your social platforms. As a blogger, if you are serious about working with brands you will want to have a professional-looking media kit that outlines some key areas, in order to increase the potential that brands will want to work with you!

Let me tell you a quick story. Before I really got going with Dana Nicole Designs, I was blogging more about travel and less about business.

I had a small Instagram following of roughly 1,000 followers, and even smaller traffic to my blog, but I had good engagement on my social media and was able to prove my worth through my media kit.

Even with my small following, I was able to secure partnerships, including a trip to Scotland with accommodation and excursions all paid for! Unfortunately, I landed in the hospital a week before I was supposed to leave for my trip and had to cancel (le sigh).

A media kit is only one of the tools you can use to brand yourself. If you’d like to learn more on branding, take a look at my very in-depth guide to DIY branding.

A graphic with a mockup of a media kit

Important Sections Within Your Media Kit

Within your free media kit template, you will want to include as many relevant stats as possible that give the reader an overall picture of your blog (without having to actually visit your blog).

PR representatives get hundreds (maybe even thousands) of emails every week, so if you are pitching yourself to a company or brand, you will want to make sure that the information you are providing represents a snapshot of your blog.

(pssst – the template I have designed for download includes all the important information that you need as a blogger to secure partnerships. Feel free to rearrange the sections or add your own in, however!).


Include a description of yourself as a blogger as well as your blog. In my media kit template, I have room for you to include a very thorough description of your blog!

Talk about what the focus of your blog is and how your users find it useful. Talk a little bit about your blog demographics and the psychographics of your users (if you know them). Companies LOVE data and being able to be shown how your blog will provide them with a good ROI (aka return on investment).

Also, talk a bit about yourself and really show off your personality.

The description is a great place to mention who you have worked with in the past to prove you are a true professional i.e. “I did a campaign on Instagram with BRAND X which generated 500 new followers for the company over the course of 2 days. These 500 followers translated into 100 new leads.” (if you haven’t worked with anybody yet, no big deal, you’ll get there and everybody starts somewhere).


Take some of your statistics from your blog or your Instagram (or any of your main social platforms) and include them as well. Things to consider adding is traffic, CTR, page views, daily users, Instagram interaction rate, follower numbers and total number of email subscribers.


This is one of the most important parts of your media kit. Originally coming from a marketing background, I know how much companies love to see demographics.

I’ve had people pitch me for collaborations and I can’t tell you how important it is to make sure your demographics line up with the brand you are pitching. When I get a media kit for a request to collaborate, I am not interested if the person has 30,000 followers at first. The first thing I want to know is who are their followers? If their followers are luxury travelers, I don’t want to collaborate, because I’m not in the travel niche and there would be no benefit for me.

Contact Information/Social Handles

Last but not least, do not forget to include your contact information as well as your social media links and the URL to your blog on your media kit!

Click the image above to download your template or click here. Note: as this is a Word doc, you must download it from a laptop or computer; a mobile device will not work.

Don’t forget to take a peek at my e-book on branding. Branding isn’t just for businesses. As a blogger, you must know how to effectively brand yourself in order to stand out.

Editing My Free Media Kit Template

My media kit template was created in InDesign as a PDF, but has been converted to a Microsoft Word document so you will be able to open it up and edit. Sometimes editing a PDF in Word can be a little finicky, so please take a look at this article explaining how to edit PDFs in Microsoft Word.

To replace the main bloggers’s photo with a photo of your own, click the photo, right-click and select “Change Picture”. Upload your own photo and ta-da!

I hope you enjoy your new free media kit template!

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14 thoughts on “Free Media Kit Template”

  1. How do you edit the picture?

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  5. i don’t see a download button for the media kit… thanks!

    • Hi April!

      There is a form above titled: “FREE MEDIA KIT TEMPLATE!”

      Once you fill out the form the media kit will be emailed to you 🙂


      • got it. the form said ‘subscribe’ so i thought it was something different. thanks!

  6. Dowmloaded your kit. 🙂

    • Thank you – hope you enjoy it!

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