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What is an EPK?

EPKs are a perfect solution for entertainers looking to break into the online space. Coupled with a social media presence and good self promotion, an EPK changes how you present yourself.

Smaller than a website, Bigger than a profile.

The greatest asset of an EPK is its flexibility. Being smaller than a website means that it takes less time to create and gives you the same benefits of a website. It also means you can make more dynamic ideas come to life and your design choices can be bolder. Bigger than a profile simply means you can do more with less and in the future, your EPK can be converted into a full fledged website.

The digital press kit, (EPK), provides you with your own domain name, essential when you’re ready to convert to a full website, it can attach itself to any social media platform; and provides a central place to find information about you.

Affordable

EPKs are many times more affordable than a website, typically taking less than 10 hours of total build time. Once you’ve gone through your concept and content acquisition, the build process is pretty streamlined and turn around can be 3 days or less. This keeps price on EPKs at a fraction of the cost of a website, some packages only costing $100.

EPKs are typically used for:

A media kit often accompanies a media release

- Product launches
- New company launch
- Mergers and acquisitions
- News conferences
- Announcements of special events, industry trade shows or exhibitions
- Accompany a press release or media release

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