Charleston is the largest city in South Carolina, and it is located along the Atlantic coast to the southeast of Columbia and to the southwest of Myrtle Beach. The city is known for its historical fixtures and aesthetic, including cobbled roads and horsedrawn carriages, and these attractions draw in plenty of visitors from both in and out of state.
Another key historical attraction in Charleston is Fort Sumter, where the first shots of the Civil War were fired. Despite all of these tourist attractions, Charleston is home to many of its own businesses, and to survive and thrive, every one of these businesses needs to market themselves to a certain extent.
We’re in the business of marketing, and our performance lead generation program is designed to maximize results while minimizing costs for the people that we’re working with. This is possible with our 100% results-oriented approach that prioritizes quality leads for your business.
We help make sure that you only pay for the authentic lead instead of wasting your marketing budget on people who may not ever end up becoming customers.
Charleston businesses that would like to expand their operations and improve their approach to marketing may wish to contact us and figure out exactly what we can do together.
Charleston was established back in 1670 as Charles Town, named after the English monarch Charles II. As Charles Town grew as part of the 13 Colonies, it was surprisingly never incorporated until 1783, when it became part of the (then-new) United States, this is also when its name was changed to Charleston.
In the present day, Charleston is dominated by its tourism and nightlife industries, both of which draw in visitors from all around.
We’ve gone through Charleston’s core demographics on the US Census Bureau’s website and gathered them in this part of our city guide:
- 71% White
- 3% Hispanic or Latino
- 22% African American
- 2% Asian
- 0.1% Native American
Charleston has a population of 137,000 and it has seen immense growth since the 2009 census, with its population rising by about 17,000 people in a decade.
- During the Colonial Era, Charleston was one of the largest cities in the Thirteen Colonies, and it was the richest of them all.
- The first baseball team in Charleston was the Charleston Sea Gulls, and they have since been renamed to the Charleston RiverDogs.
- In 1754, Dr. Alexander Garden of Charleston brought a flower over from South Africa, and it was named the Gardenia in his honor.
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