If you start out by giving something meaningful to your audience, good things will bounce back.
Meet people where they are, not where you want them to be. Build solid relations one brick at a time. Share people's stories and they will share yours.
The Socify Way.
The Socify Way.
If you tell a good story, and no one hears it, is it really any good? Just like the proverbial tree in the woods, the answer is no, a good story didn't happen if no one hears it. We'll help you change that.
Our carefully put together team is always ready to take on whatever challenge comes our way.
But whether it’s a 360° integrated campaign or a new web design, an idea isn’t worth a penny until it's out in the world. That’s why Socify is all about execution. From broad strokes down to the finest of details.
Arshad is a digital strategist and a web designer with expertise in marketing for millennials and Muslim brands, both in the Middle East and across the West. In 2015, he co-founded Socify to help startups to take advantage of the digital marketing platforms. He did his BCom (Hons) from SRCC, Delhi University and recently finished the Classical Arabic program at Qasid Institute. He is also an Authorized Trainer for Squarespace, a contemporary content management system (CMS).
Although a marketer by profession, his personal mission is to build peace in the world, while exploring ideas at the intersection of religion, politics and economics. He currently lives in Amman, Jordan.
Asad graduated from Loyola University Chicago with a degree in Economics. While in college, he actively volunteered with the students from the Chicago Public Schools to teach them Math. This led him to work as a tutor with Mathnasium in Oak Brook, Illinois. He also briefly studied Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) at Qasid Institute in Jordan. He is very fond of sports and enjoys travelling to new places.
He currently lives in Oakland in the San Francisco Bay Area in California, United States.
Abdullah is studying the Great Books program at St. John's College, Santa Fe, where he is the Editor-in-Chief for the student newsletter, The Moon. Previously, he was a reporter for The Daily Californian, the independent student newspaper of the University of California, Berkeley, and copy-editor and opinion editor for the award-winning Berkeley High Jacket at Berkeley High School. His interests include writing and editing, copywriting and copy-editing, and translating and reading ancient philosophical texts.
He shares his time between Santa Fe, New Mexico and South Bend, Indiana in the US.