Our Website Services

WEBSITE DESIGN

We build all of our websites using WordPress and host them on the cloud at IBM.

CUSTOM PHP

Have a programming project in mind or need help on your existing one?

BRANDING

Custom logos, promotional products and social media branding

GOOGLE PPC

 Let a Google Certified Professional handle your PPC strategy and maximize clicks to your website. We also offer click fraud software to all of our clients.

SEO

Are you ranking for your top keywords in your industry in your local market.  We can help!

WEB HOSTING

Cloud based WordPress hosting.  Includes wordpress updates, website form testing, plugin updates and  multiple daily backups.

Charleston Digital & Internet Marketing Company

We’re a full-service internet marketing company, online marketing agency and digital advertising agency located in Charleston, SC.

At Coastal Web Team, we work with you one-on-one to grow your business through on-target, online marketing strategies. We are a full-service web design, website development, digital, and internet marketing agency. We’re the leading online marketing agency in Charleston, South Carolina for web design, web development, search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click (PPC) management, targeted ad displays, social media marketing (SMM), and much more.

Our Web Design & Development Work in Charleston

Our websites are designed using WordPress which makes your site responsive on desktops, Ipads and mobile phones.
We train our clients on adding blogs and updating text and images on their website.

Our Blog

  • Web Design Trends for 2019

Top Seven Web Design Trends for 2019

This digital era has brought everything one can ask for. Many businesses have routed to the online world and are seeking ways to attract more traffic and conversions. Most of them recognize the importance of a stunning web design that

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Google Update Shakes Up South Carolina Web Design

For many South Carolina web design companies, this month is the busiest in recent memory. That’s because there is a hard deadline coming up—the kind of deadline that is relatively rare in the field of search engine algorithms. Google announced