What’s Up With All The @ Symbols?

An example of an @ reply in use

The @ symbol.  It’s a part of every email address you ever type. But what about when you see it in other places online?  Twitter?  Facebook?  Pinterest? Instagram?  What does it mean in those places?  A typical usage of the @ symbol looks a little like this: As you’ll see … Continue reading

The LinkedIn / Twitter BreakUp

The LinkedIn & Twitter Logos

When we’re talking “social networks”, LinkedIn and Twitter are two of the big boys (with Facebook being the obvious third).  So when two of these networks cease to work together it’s kind of a big deal. For me personally, this isn’t a big deal.  I don’t have my Twitter accounts … Continue reading

Introducing The Annex Bar & Grille

The Annex Bar & Grille

KTC Digital is proud to present the brand new site for our client The Annex Bar & Grille!  http://www.annexbar.com/  This new site will allow the bar to interact with their current and prospective customers in a way they’ve not previously been able to.  In addition the site, we’ve created a … Continue reading

Your Facebook URL

Facebook Custom URL

There are now nearly a BILLION members of the social media giant Facebook.  Odds are, you count yourself as one of these billion.  But are you branding yourself properly?  Did you know that there’s something called a Facebook “username”?  It’s free to grab one and if you’re a Facebook user, … Continue reading

Facebook App BranchOut – Should You Be Branching Out?

BranchOut Logo

If you’re on Facebook you may have run across a relatively new app called BranchOut.  I’ve been getting a couple of BranchOut requests and just last week I had 2-3 people ask me about it so I figured I’d do a little bit of research about the company and what … Continue reading

How Much Should You Pay For Your Website?

How Much Does A Website Cost?

When I tell people that I build websites one of the first questions invariably is, “How much does it cost?”  I really don’t like giving a two word answer, but almost all of the time that’s exactly what I do.  That answer is, ““It depends.” There are folks that will … Continue reading