IDMI Marketing Agency Facilitates Shift to Online - Business Journal Daily | The Youngstown Publishing Company

2022-05-21 18:07:53 By : Mr. qingyang YU

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POLAND, Ohio –, a digital design and marketing agency, increased revenue in 2021 while expanding its customer base and product offerings. 

With more consumers wanting to shop and research online, companies and organizations have shifted their focus, says Anthony DePinto, IDMI chief information officer.

“We’ve helped our clients handle this quick transition through a combination of website redesigns, search engine optimization, content building through blogs and news feeds, and social media management to keep their customers informed and up to date,” DePinto says.

In 2021, IDMI worked with Daffin’s Candies to shift its fundraisers online to eliminate face-to-face contact.

“Our custom application allowed Daffin’s to take orders online and still attribute the sale to the appropriate group who is trying to raise money through the fundraiser,” DePinto says.

IDMI also saw growth in its portal for government agencies to manage their cases online. And it developed and maintained websites for new and emerging markets and companies, among them Ultium Cells in Lordstown.

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