Making sure that your company is heard can be a huge task. Even for regular PR companies, it is still a daunting duty.
We would like to think that for us, this is business as usual. Charleston PR & Design, LLC has been providing successful PR and marketing communication services for over two decades now. Our company provides services from increasing awareness of client’s businesses, to guiding leaders in times of corporate crises.
Our efforts were recently acknowledged by Clutch who recognized our work and awarded us recognition as a top advertising and marketing company in South Carolina. Being a company who has been in the industry for a very long time, we are sincerely proud of this recognition.
Clutch connects businesses with the best B2B service providers in the industry. Their platform provides verified reviews and ratings from real clients and their experiences.
When things are more different than they have ever been in one’s lifetime, we all have to adapt.
To that end, we launched a new website, Life in Mount Pleasant, built with BoldGrid’s Diced theme. This spec site has been built to sell as a turnkey presence for a real estate professional who is focused on Mount Pleasant. The is a WordPress site and has all the bells and whistles one expects in a contemporary site built with the world’s most popular content management system. We’ve used images that illustrate the waterfront town, its history, and uniqueness. All we need to do at this point is find the right person and add their real estate feeds and presence specifically for them.
The site comes with the highly desirable domain, a custom logo, all content, content and site customization for the new owner, premium plugin licenses for BoldGrid and Notification Bar Pro and a low monthly expense for complete WordPress managed hosting by Charleston PR & Design, LLC.
We invite you to help promote this site’s availability. Please share this post on social media, visit the site and talk it up with your friends.
Featured Photo Credit: Shem Creek Shrimp Trawlers by Terry Ott on Ficker.