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Medifast Weight Control Centers of California Chooses Internet Marketing Inc. as Their Digital Marketing Agency

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/09/14 -- Internet Marketing Inc. (IMI), the fastest growing full service integrated digital marketing agency in the country recently added Medifast Weight Control Centers of California to its client roster. Medifast Weight Control Centers of California offers a personalized solution for effective and long term weight loss. They needed a more sophisticated data-driven approach to digital marketing, and selected IMI over other potential partners due to their technical in-depth understanding of web development and search engine optimization.

"Medifast Weight Control Centers of California was looking for a reputable organization that had a history of success in the digital space. We partnered with IMI because of their knowledge and expertise in web development and search engine optimization. I am confident they can help us reach our goals and objectives through their unique approach to online marketing." - Kent Coykendall, Owner of Medifast Weight Control Centers of California.

IMI's team of well-respected industry thought leaders will develop cross-channel digital experiences that will generate new online lead sources for Medifast Weight Control Centers of California. IMI will deploy a robust integrated campaign that will improve organic and paid search efforts, and increase customer engagement and content marketing impact, all with the core goal of increasing conversion rates on their website.

"We are thrilled to be working with Medifast Weight Control Centers of California. We are going to help them transform and grow their online presence in order to reach more people that they can help. Our entire team is very excited about this opportunity and Medifast Weight Control Centers of California has an amazing team that we are working with." - Brandon Fishman, CEO of IMI.

About Medifast Weight Control Centers of California
Medifast Weight Control Centers of California are private weight control centers that provide personalized weight loss programs that focus on lasting results through simple and effective meal replacement plans for busy lifestyles. The programs are designed for quick and safe weight loss with clinically proven techniques including personalized menus and meal plans, tips on navigating restaurants, celebrations, portion control, and exercise. Medifast Weight Control Centers of California provides one-on-one counselling to support clients in their weight loss journey to facilitate healthy and successful results. Learn more at www.medifastcalifornia.com or 877.883.8483.

About IMI
Internet Marketing Inc. is one of the fastest growing full services digital marketing agencies in the country with offices in San Diego, Las Vegas and New York. IMI specializes in providing results driven integrated online marketing solutions for medium and large businesses across the globe. IMI has been ranked on the prestigious Inc. 500 the last two years in a row, recently landed third on San Diego Business Journal's annual top 100 fastest growing privately held companies list, and was ranked sixteenth on the Agency Post's Top 100 agencies in 2013. IMI's team of well-respected industry experts have the talent and creativity to provide any business with a data-driven approach to online marketing and advertising. For more information visit www.internetmarketinginc.com or 866.563.0620.

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