Kentropolis Internet

Buffalo, NY

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About this pro

How does your business stand out?

NO ONE has the patience or takes the time I do to guide clients by the hand from wherever they are to where they need to be. I explain everything in plain English, and show them that their existing business skills and knowledge are still valid, just applying them differently to current marketplace trends. And instead of selling them a solution, I am a teammate that advises them on all possible options for them to make the most informed decision, even if it doesn't put money in my own pocket.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

By far, I enjoy meeting and working with people from all different industries and community projects. I'd much rather be educating and encouraging clients than being in front of the keyboard all day.


Buffalo, NY 14210

Years in business



3 Reviews
  • Neil S. Oct 18, 2012
    Ken had introduced me to putting my unique niche of dentistry with providing emergency dental care 24/7 on the web and it has increased my bottom line by leaps and bounds each and every year for the past 4 or 5 years. People inform me that the website he created is extremely easy to navigate and is very comprehensive. My hat is off to Ken for providing a great service to my practice as he can do for you as well. Neil Scott MD, DDS
  • Anita W. Oct 18, 2012
    I have an ongoing project Ken. I was impressed with my first dealing with him because he could fix problems that others could not. He is available, helpful, and cheerful.
  • Greg K. Oct 18, 2012
    Truly professional web-design. We were kept in the loop throughout the development process. As an optical company we needed a site with sharp crisp images that loaded quickly. Ken made it happen. Over a decade now and could not be happier!


What types of customers have you worked with?
Apart from community projects, the most common job I take on is fixing peoeple's web presence by building a new site that integrates with social media.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Demand that a vendor explain everything you need to know in a way you can understand. To not do so means either they lack communications skills or are being dishonest, expecting you to just "trust them". And whatever you do, do NOT buy based primarily on price because technology services can rarely be compared fairly to each other.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
The one thing few people realize is that good web sites are rarely made by geeks or artists. Geeks make sites that are technically correct by whatever technical benchmark they follow, but may not be usable by everyday people. Artists can make amazing visuals, but often do not consider loading times, screen resolutions, or properly structuring the site to be viewable by everyone, including the visually impaired or others using text-only or smaller devices. What people need most is someone who understands how real life business and communication processes translate to the web -- and give back measurable returns.