Our performance lead generation is designed for Salem businesses looking for the best way to spread the word about their services to potential customers. By taking a 100% results-oriented approach, we help make sure that you only pay for the authentic lead.
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Although the city of Salem has less than 175,000 residents, the greater Salem Metropolitan Area has over 400,000 residents meaning that competition in this city can be harsh. Salem is home to a wide variety of industries and is probably best known for its many wineries and vineyards. Oregon produces some of the best wine in the country and draws a fair number of tourists during the peak summer season.
Whether your small business caters to the tourists or you just provide products or services for the city’s local industries, a performance lead generation strategy can benefit your business by connecting you with high-quality leads who are already interested in your business. Since the leads have been pre-qualified, there’s a high chance that they’ll become long-term clients who keep adding to your bottom line year after year.
On the surface, Salem is all business and no fun. It’s the official capital of Oregon and most of the jobs here are government or city-related. The city’s largest employers are healthcare companies due to the budding medical industry here. If you spend a couple of days here, though, you’ll quickly realize that Salem is one of the centers of Oregon wine country and draws in visitors from all over the country with their diverse economy and friendly society.
Salem, Oregon is currently home to 174,365 residents making it a mid-size city. Below is the latest racial demographic data obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau:
- 1.5% Black/African American
- 80.9% White
- 23% Hispanic/Latino
- 2.7% Asian
The median income for Salem households is $53,619 and the current poverty rate is 15.6% which is comparable for other midwestern cities of similar size. The cost of living is only a little above the national average which means residents are still willing to spend a good bit of their money- especially on local businesses.
- The annual Salem Film Festival is held here every year. This contributes to a brief boost to tourism.
- The city of Salem, Oregon was originally created as a Methodist Church mission.
- Salem is home to the Honeywood Winery which is the oldest in the state of Oregon.
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