The modern world relies on digital platforms to communicate. This evolution has resulted in a strange reversion to a situation that pertained in the ancient world. In ancient times there were a few people, called ‘scribes’ that could actually write. Literacy was the preserve of a select group and anybody who needed writing services required the help of these professional scribes.
Charlemagne (Holy Roman Emperor; 800AD), for example, could not write although he was one of the most powerful men in his day. Every society, from the ancient Egyptians to modern America, has had a small class of professionals who are able to use the technology of the day to write.
Today is no different. Whilst most people can write, and indeed many people do use social media, even to the extent of creating basic websites, it still remains true that most people do not have the technical skills to manage digital content professionally.
Digital content management is effectively the modern day preserve of the scribes of olden times. Hence the name of our company: DigiScribe.