Socially.in is a social media agency based in Birmingham, Alabama. Founded in 2011, the agency helps businesses across various industries formulate effective social media marketing strategies. This is done through creative and production services, paid social advertising, community management, influencer marketing, and other social media advertising stints.
The agency understands every client’s goals—to boost sales, provide excellent customer service, acquire new leads, and generate good revenue. With this, they make sure to deliver optimal results powered by a creative and innovative team. Socially.in has got what your business needs—from artists to designers, writers to photographers, and social media experts.
Every social media strategy is aimed at creating lasting connections with audiences and increase engagements. Worried that you’re not keeping up with the trend or aren’t ahead of your competitors? Socially.in will resolve all your worries and make your business the next big thing in the digital world.
The agency has leveraged the social media presence of small and big companies around the world, including:
- Dick’s Sporting Goods
- A3C Festival & Conference
- Toyota Motor Corporation
- UMI Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar
- TGI Fridays Restaurant & Bar
- Moe’s Original BBQ
- Mercane Wheels
- Snap Fitness
- Tri-State Lumber Co.
- Beef O’ Brady’s
- Universal Asset Management
- SGK Landscapes
- Mosaic Solutions Group
“The partner’s social media accounts have all seen significant growth in following and traffic. Overall engagement and performance have been continuously enhanced. The partner, due to SociallyIn’s work, was given an industry best social media award. Their team is responsive and detail-oriented.”
–Jordanne Waldschmidt, Comms Manager of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (review via Clutch)
“The business saw a growth in quality leads from potential customers. Along with an increase in calls, the website’s functionality has greatly improved. SociallyIn was proactive and fast-paced, ensuring the work was done on time and at a high quality.”
–Timothy Bakula, Owner of Birmingham iPhone Repair (review via Clutch)
“SociallyIn’s digital marketing efforts and expertise have helped significantly increase sales and overall online engagement. Both highly professional and responsive in communications, their team continues to be easy to work with.”
–Jacob Wilkerson, Marketing Director of Packaging Company (review via Clutch)
The agency has been featured in notable journal publications and media corporations, such as:
- Ad Age
- Birmingham Business Journal
- Chief Marketer
- Marketing Land
- Mississippi Business Journal
Socially.in has produced several distinguished campaigns for numerous brands around the world. Its major projects include creating social media content and strategies for Dick’s Sporting Goods, Toyota, and TGI Fridays Restaurant & Bar.
Dick’s Sporting Goods: Just for Kicks
The company is a top competitor in the world of sports, selling trending tennis shoes. It seeks to present its new shoe releases uniquely and freshly. To achieve this goal, Socially.in created GIFs and 360 graphics. They also performed the photo manipulation editing technique.
Toyota: Miles & Miles
The corporation is one of the leading automobile manufacturers worldwide, producing around 10 million vehicles per year. Its objective is to showcase its variety of cars on social media and hype up existing and future customers. To attain this goal, Socially.in did community and content management and reorganized Toyota’s social strategies.
TGI Fridays Restaurant & Bar: #shakeronthebar
The brand is a restaurant chain with multiple locations in the United States. It specializes in serving assorted American foods and drinks, such as steaks, burgers, cocktails, and beers. TGI Friday’s wanted to highlight their Bar Heritage and increase brand awareness through interactive and humorous content. Furthermore, the restaurant chain wanted to introduce its “The Shaker on the Bar” campaign.
To achieve all these objectives, Socially.in produced multiple stop-motion videos with the “holiday relief” theme. The video featured family and friends meeting up during the holiday season, and it was published to Twitter and Instagram stories.