KTC Digital is proud to announce the launch of a movie review blog called ScareTissue! ScareTissue (http://www.scaretissue.com) is a blog by two friends who met in college and wanted a place where they could review some of their favorite (and not so favorite) horror movies.
As ScareTissue is a side project for both founders, project cost was a large consideration. We built the new site on the content management system (CMS) WordPress which allows multiple authors to add content to the site with little or no programming knowledge necessary.
Features of the new ScareTissue.com website include:
- Customized content management system… Continue reading
KTC Digital is proud to announce the launch of an updated website for a long term client the Landmark Mews Community Association (LMCA) located at http://www.landmarkmews.com/
Landmark Mews is located right outside of Washington, D.C. in Fairfax county Virginia. KTC Digital built their first website in 2004 and we’ve been handling website updates for them ever since. When it was time for an upgrade to their site we were thrilled that the community asked us to help.
All of the content from the previous site was migrated into a content management system which will allow the LMCA board to update… Continue reading
Evernote – http://evernote.com - is an amazing tool. It is a suite of software designed for note taking and storing notes. A “note” can be any document or piece of text (formatted however you wish), a web page, pictures, etc. Notes can have file attachments and can be sorted and tagged for ease of retrieval later. The real beauty of Evernote is that you can access your notes across all of your devices including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Android, iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch), Windows Mobile, etc.
Recently, Evernote was the victim of some “suspicious activities” and they made the decision to require password… Continue reading
Being the absolute web analytics geek that I am, I’m always interested to see what content on our website people are interested in. I “only” wrote 27 blog posts last year which is admittedly below my once per week goal for the site, but it was well above the one per month that I did in 2011. I suppose the good news in that is this… I’d MUCH rather work on our client’s websites that on our own. And this past year that’s exactly what I did.
2012 was an outstanding year for KTC Digital and I want to take this opportunity… Continue reading
KTC Digital is proud to announce the completion of another project for an outstanding client – Julie Conrad! http://www.julieconradcomm.com Julie Conrad is a strategic communications expert with more than 15 years of experience. She partners with organizations to define and their story. She then provides cost and time effective activities to TELL their story.
Ms. Conrad came to KTC Digital with a vision for what her site needed to look like. She knew it needed to be simple, straight forward and to the point. It needed to communicate HER message to her clients and be a showcase for… Continue reading
WordPress – http://www.wordpress.org/ - is an amazing tool and started out as a blogging platform and over the years has grown to a full featured content management system (CMS). One of the greatest things about the tool is that while it’s incredibly powerful out of the box, it can very easily be customized to meet your needs. Much of the customization we do for our clients is done through Plugins. (See also Essential WordPress Plugins)
One of the plugins that I’m a big fan of is called Jetpack. It’s got a whole slew of additions that depending on the website and client… Continue reading
Continuing our series of posts on website analytics and your traffic sources, today’s post will cover referral traffic. Unlike search traffic where someone has gone to Google, Bing, Yahoo or another search engine and done a search, referral traffic refers to when a user has clicked on a link to KTC Digital from another site on the internet. Many times, this is a link that one of our clients put on their site, a press release, Facebook, Twitter, etc. We can assume that the user already has some idea what they’re going to get based on the… Continue reading