Although the city was historically known for agriculture, today, Albany is known for being a hub for industry and distribution. It houses multinational manufacturing companies such as Proctor & Gamble, Mars Candy Co., Miller Brewing, and UPS.
Despite the city’s relatively strong economy, the past few decades have seen a population decrease as more of Albany’s residents move towards larger cities for more diverse opportunities.
Our performance lead generation is designed for Albany businesses looking for the best way to spread the word about their services to potential customers. With a declining population, many of the more traditional methods of marketing that worked in years past are beginning to fail.
What makes lead generation one of the best strategies to grow your small Albany business is that we focus on connecting you directly to interested consumers and businesses in your local area. Our lead gen techniques are highly-targeted, which means that our leads have some of the best conversion rates industry!
By taking this 100% results-oriented approach, we help make sure that every dollar invested goes to reaching the maximum number of potential clients for your business.
Contact us if you’re interested in driving more high-quality leads to your business.
Albany is predominantly African-American, and there is a diverse mix of residents ranging from skilled tradesmen to management. The city is also home to Albany State University- a small college that focuses on the liberal arts. Every year, Albany also holds a couple of large marathons that serve as qualifying races for the large Boston Marathon. This usually brings a wave of fitness and health-conscious tourists to the city and gives local businesses a much-needed boost in sales.
According to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, there are currently 72,130 residents residing in Albany. Here’s the latest racial demographic breakdown:
- 73.5% Black/African American
- 22.7% White
- 2.3% Hispanic/Latino
- 0.9% Asian
The median income for Albany residents is just over $34.490 annually, and the percentage of the population at or below the poverty line is 32.3%.
- The Creek Indians used flintstone to make tools and weapons like an arrowhead.
- Albany was a prime location for shipping cotton to markets by steamboat.
- Steamboats connected Albany and the Apalachicola port and later replaced by railroads.
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