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Based on a cross-section of the 172 most popular boards, the average cost of a billboard in Charleston is $3,070.62 per 4-week period. This results in a cost per thousand impressions (CPM) of $4.11. The average Charleston billboard receives 747,109 monthly impressions.
Average cost per 1 thousand impressions (CPM) across all of our Charleston billboards.
Average cost per board for a 4-week billboard advertising campaign.
Average number of impressions per board for 4-weeks.
Recently added billboard locations in Charleston.
Renting a billboard in Charleston is similar to renting an apartment. Some are available right away, some are occupied for the next six months or a year.
Below are some recently added billboard locations in Charleston and surrounding areas to help get you started. If you don't see a board you want, don't worry as this is a limited view of availability. Alluvit Media has access to every billboard in the city. Prices change daily based on availability.
88,457 weekly impressions, 10'4.5" x 22'7.5"
194,710 weekly impressions, 14' x 48'
102,905 weekly impressions, 14' x 48'
244,781 weekly impressions, 10'6" x 36'
267,671 weekly impressions, 26'6" x 24'6"
324,222 weekly impressions, 14' x 48'
314,838 weekly impressions, 14' x 48'
330,004 weekly impressions, 14'0 x 48'0
321,518 weekly impressions, 14'0 x 48'0
89,514 weekly impressions, 12' x 25'
11,431 weekly impressions, 12' x 25'
115,779 weekly impressions, 30'5.25" x 22'0.5"
33,459 weekly impressions, 12' x 25'
182,947 weekly impressions, 14' x 48'
39,436 weekly impressions, 10'4.5" x 22'7.5"
32,389 weekly impressions, 10'4.5" x 22'7.5"
488,302 weekly impressions, 14' x 48'
307,431 weekly impressions, 14' x 48'
315,932 weekly impressions, 14' x 48'
349,626 weekly impressions, 14' x 48'
539,122 weekly impressions, 14' x 48'
172,888 weekly impressions, 10'6" x 36'
45,178 weekly impressions, 10'4.5" x 22'7.5"
44,011 weekly impressions, 10'4.5" x 22'7.5"
67,460 weekly impressions, 10'4.5" x 22'7.5"
Below are some campaigns we recently assisted with using billboards near Charleston, SC. We create campaigns large and small for a variety of different audiences and across all types of outdoor media.
"This would be for a fishing tournament in Georgetown, SC. The event will be a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity."
"Obtain traffic to website that generates profit "
"This is not a for-profit "advertisement" I am looking to display. I am a private individual with limited funds with a message for personal safety to women in the area, so if there are billboard owners who work with individuals on community /safety or interests more refined than simply dollars, please pass this on to them."
"Esthetician, body sculpting, teeth whitening "
"Delicious, Juicy seafood restaurant opening in September, looking for hire as well"
"I will like it by I26"
"I am writing to ask if there would be an option for persons or groups to request the use of a billboard at a "low-cost" or "no-cost" fee. I wish to present a public-service message on a billboard in the Charleston area, along the I-26 right-of-way. This is no way beneficial to myself or anyone connected with me, either personally or in business. This is a message that applies to everyone in the Charleston Tri-county region, whether they travel this particular route, or not. The message I wish to "post" has to do with traffic congestion in Charleston, especially along I-26. This also applies to thoroughfares which parallel the Interstate, and "feeder" roads, such as Ashley Phosphate Rd., Remount Rd. and Aviation Ave. My message is that Charleston is becoming more congested along its state highways and local roads. I-26 is long-past achieving its maximum capacity. There is no plan, as far as I can see, to alleviate the increasing "gridlock" which now cramps traffic flow on long stretches of roadway on a daily basis and several interchanges from downtown Charleston up to Ashley Phosphate Rd.; in the near future, this will possibly extend to the I-26 - Ladson exit. With the ever-increasing population and industrial elements who are buying property and opening large tracts of land to employ hundreds, even thousands of employees, traffic congestion is becoming a critical issue in preserving adequate traffic flow for individuals and trucks carrying heavy cargo. Beyond routine traffic, there are frequent traffic accidents, road construction, repair and other blockages that tie-up traffic for hours at a time. I have a viable plan to overhaul the Tri-county region with a far-reaching plan to revamp traffic flow. My "unofficial" plan would require years to complete and cost up to 1 billion dollars. The alternative would be to ignore the "red flags" now before us and hope for the best. This "solution" has never worked; it merely delays the inevitable to a time when it will be even more expensive and consume much more time to undertake such a monstrous project. It would be a very expensive project right now and require years to finish. But the alternative is much worse. Would it be possible to post a brief message on a billboard along I-26 for several weeks? I admit I have limited financial resources. I am over 70, unemployed and living solely on Social Security. I admit I am asking for a generous "hand-out" to make this happen. I must reiterate that the message I wish to present is not for my benefit, or for anyone with whom I have a personal or business relationship. I want to do this for the Charleston area. I have lived here for 50 years. I like it here; I want Charleston to grow and thrive to everyone's expectations. To do this, Charleston needs the combined ambition and determination of everyone to "pitch-in" on such an expensive and long-lasting project. The only way it can work is for everyone to be "on board" and willing to support the efforts of a massive overhaul of present conditions and remake the area into a marvel of cooperation that climaxes in an extraordinary system that not merely solves present traffic issues, but can "grow" with the community and expand services as needs evolve. I can offer a sample of the message I would like to post on one of your billboards, on your request. It would be formatted in a simple "text-only" configuration. There would be no need for special coloration, photographs or other custom features. It could be posted in a "black-on-white", or other "one-color" scheme. Thank you for your consideration."
"Brand new lease up community, want to advertise at outlet signage as well as physical billboard close to park circle, E. Montague Ave and/or anywhere available in close proximity to 2403 Mall drive. N. Chs. "
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