Truly Socialites aren't afraid to try new things and we’re certainly not afraid to get out of our comfort zones and push our limits. We’re very agile in an ever-changing industry and sometimes (often!) that means we find ourselves in unknown territory. But that’s not a problem because we’re okay with uncertainty (and even thrive on it!).
Our clients expect no less than flawlessness on their work - from how we approach our strategy (insights-driven and audience-centric) to the attention we pay to the detail of each post, being flawless is the absolute goal for any work that Truly Social does. We aren’t precious, but we ARE particular. And just in case you’re wondering...sure, we all make mistakes. At TSI, we just don’t make them twice.
Bad ideas suck. They aren’t only lame, but they can be costly. We’re all about the insights-driven strategy and have a thorough research process. We don’t just throw ideas out there willy-nilly, we make sure they are the right ideas. How? We study your audience to make sure we’re informed.
Also, we’re those rare people who read the article in full before we comment.
We don’t shy away from having a strong point of view (though this POV needs to be informed!). We are sorry, not sorry about our commitment to doing what is right and fighting for what we believe in. We’ve been on the bleeding edge for years, so we aren’t afraid to take the heat.
Curiosity is core to our culture and keeps us fresh in a fast-paced, ever-evolving industry. We’re avid readers and lifelong learners who keep up with current events and trends. We are addicted to consuming as much content as we can and even produce a daily newsletter from our efforts. Check out the Daily Distraction for the latest news, memes and ideas on social.
We value play as much as we value the hard work we do. It’s important to not take ourselves too seriously and to bring play into our workspace. We also play well with others and collaborate closely with all sorts of amazingly talented people, from writers to PR pros to animators to editors to brand designers and beyond.