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Jacksonville man, James F. Williams, is planning on starting a website called ‘The Jacksonite Project’.
The project is to promote the Jacksonia region as an online community that can be used to promote and sell products.
Williams hopes to use the site to help spread his business, which includes a successful business selling ‘Jacksonite’ products.
He says his website will be about promoting Jacksonism, which he hopes will become a niche business.
The Jacksonites are a part of the Belize province and Williams lives in Belize City.
The project has attracted the attention of the internet marketing community in Belizing.
“People want to see more Jacksonisms, so I want to make it accessible to everyone, but I also want people to see the Jacksons lifestyle,” he says.
Williams is the founder of the Jack Sons Poultry Company and has a Bachelor of Science degree in economics.
He has sold hundreds of chickens to international buyers, and is a successful businessman.
Williams says he started the project after he noticed the prevalence of social media in the country.
“We’ve seen so many people doing this and we were like, ‘Wow, this is really interesting and we can get people to interact with us’,” he says, adding that the project is a “big opportunity for us.”
The website will feature a variety of Jacksonic products, including ‘Jacksons’ brand products such as chicken meat, sausage, chips, and biscuits.
Williams wants people to become aware of the country’s Jackson culture.
“They have a very strong belief in their country and their culture,” he said.
“So, we want to show them that they can get involved and make their own contribution to this.”
Williams says people will be able to create profiles on his website and then add their photos and stories to be featured on the site.
“I want to create a way for people to say, ‘Hey, I can be involved in this, too,'” he says of the project.
Williams has been marketing his company for years through social media, including Facebook and Instagram.
He believes his site can help people spread the message of Jackssonism and help promote local businesses.
“A lot of people don’t really understand how important this region is to Belize,” he explained.
People can look at pictures, and they can really get involved in the local community.” “
The way we can really promote that is through the social media channels.
People can look at pictures, and they can really get involved in the local community.”
The Jacksonites hope to grow their business to include other regional companies.
“Jacksonism is a great way for us to spread the word about our region,” Williams says.
“And it can become a way to help support local businesses that can help grow the region.”