Branding is a concept of marketing that some people tend to glaze over and it can be tricky at times, even for those who have been in business for a while. But, don’t worry – J.D. Scribes is here to help! For our April edition of #LetsTalkTuesday, our owner/founder Jessica Starks sat down on Facebook live and gave viewers a quick crash course into the basics of branding. In the video, Jessica covered:
J.D. Scribes is excited to announce a new series called “Let’s Talk Tuesdays,” exclusively on Facebook! “Let’s Talk Tuesdays” is a monthly series where Jessica Starks, owner of J.D. Scribes, will appear on Facebook Live to discuss a topic about marketing and business with viewers! Feel free to join in, ask questions, and discuss the world of marketing with us! “Let’s Talk Tuesday” premiered in April, where we discussed branding and we
Hear ye, hear ye! Today marks J.D. Scribes’ 2nd anniversary! Can you believe it? 2 years already! “It may not be much to most,” said Owner/Founder Jessica Starks, “But to us, this is highly significant. A lot of businesses don’t make it this far, so to be able to say that we are still kicking after 2 years is definitely something to be excited about and proud of.” We would like to thank everyone who
If you haven’t noticed yet, video on Facebook has become a HUGE deal – 100 million hours of video are watched on Facebook EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. But, if you’re new to the world of video, it can be a pretty intimidating world to jump into. But it’s okay! We got you! Check out our 7 tips for handling Facebook video like a boss!
1. Make Your Thumbnails Great Again
It’s no secret that the world’s
On Friday, February 9, 2018, B.O.N.D. Small Business Group hosted their first event of the new year, their Pinterest Party/Business Mixer. The event was held at the Pontotoc County Library and allowed business people and members of the community to share dishes and recipes and to mix and mingle for a fun night of fellowship. Many connections were made and a fun time was had by all! B.O.N.D. is an organization for small
J.D. Scribes is proud to announce that we have just launched our very first course this month! In an effort to help businesses and individuals who want a way to learn the ins and outs of online marketing on their own time, J.D. Scribes has created J.D. Academy, a hub where people will have the opportunity to learn and grow at their own pace! “We are so excited about this new venture
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, oh my! ….and Pinterest, Tumblr, Google Plus, LinkedIn….the list goes on and on. There are all kinds of social media platforms out there. So much so that things can be a bit overwhelming for the average user, let alone a business. You’re desperate to keep up with the trends, finding yourself trying out all platforms and stressing yourself out in the process. Well, we’re here to tell you that you
The two most important things you need when you are creating a website is a domain name and web hosting. But what are those two things exactly? What’s the difference? What happens if I don’t have them? Let us explain. Think of your domain name and hosting as your home. You need a house to live in, to store all of your belongings, and other personal things. You couldn’t just walk around carrying all
On Tuesday, September 12th, J.D. Scribes, in partnership with Miranda’s Sweet and Chic Boutique and NEWMS, hosted the first B.O.N.D. Small Business Mixer in Pontotoc, MS. The B.O.N.D. mixer was held at the Pontotoc County Library and comprised of local business people from Pontotoc and the surrounding areas coming together to mix, mingle, and get to know one another and their businesses. B.O.N.D. is an organization
*This post contains referral links.* One of the most important aspects of getting your business website up and running is finding a place to actually house your website – that’s where web hosting comes in!
What exactly is web hosting?
Think about it this way – You live in your house or apartment, where all of your personal belongings are contained, right? If you lose your house, then you have nowhere to live, right? It