TrueDTI.com – A Division of Quest Financial & Insurance Services

TrueDTI.com

When Quest Financial & Insurance Services (QFIS) owner Gregg Rall decided to build an online presence for a new specialty division of Quest he reached out to KTC Digital. We are super excited to announce the launch of Quest’s newest venture, TrueDTI! TrueDTI was a dream that became ​a reality … Continue reading

New Online Home For The Annex Bar & Grille

The Annex Bar & Grille

If you’re a burger connoisseur on the East side of Cleveland then you’re most likely are familiar with our client The Annex Bar & Grille.  The Annex, sometimes referred to as ‘The Best Kept Secret in Solon’ has been online since 2012 at www.annexbar.com when KTC Digital originally built the … Continue reading

Pricing Empowered Gets New Look and Feel

Pricing Empowered

On the Pricing Empowered home page they talk about, “sustainable continuous improvement”. They recently decided to practice what they preach and give the look and feel of their their site an upgrade while keeping the majority of the content they’d produced over the years. The new site (still built on … Continue reading

ScareTissue – Keeping Up With The Times

ScareTissue 2018

The web is an ever changing place. I’ve often said that a website solution that works today may not work tomorrow. Technologies change. Tastes change. Clients who understand that their digital offerings need to change to keep up with the times tend to be the ones that service their customers … Continue reading

Cleveland Home Makeover – Remodeling Your Reality

Cleveland Home Makeover

When Cleveland Home Makeover owner Joe Gerbasi decided to increase his online presence he reached out to KTC Digital. We were thrilled to work with him to build website and social media platforms so his customers could not only find out about the business but interact and provide feedback before, … Continue reading

Writing In For City Council

Greg Bellan Twinsburg

When KTC Digital founder Greg Bellan decided to run for Twinsburg City Council he knew he had an uphill battle. He would be running as a write-in candidate, meaning his name would not appear on the November ballot. He knew right away that he would have to have a web … Continue reading