OAOP members can receive exclusive benefits.

(Press Release) SAN DIEGO, CA — San Diego-based web marketing company iMatrix and the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians announced a new partnership. The relationship will allow members of the OAOP network to benefit from the web marketing services of iMatrix and increase their reach to even more patients.

Through this relationship, OAOP members are eligible to receive a free online effectiveness evaluation with an iMatrix online marketing expert. Members of OAOP also have the opportunity to receive other exclusive benefits, including 50 percent off the setup fee as well as a free office video when they sign up for any new iMatrix website service.

While iMatrix serves a range of industries, one of the most robust is the optometry, vision and eyecare sector.

With the commencement of this partnership, more eyecare businesses will have the opportunity to benefit from expert website design and marketing services to help improve their presence and reach online.

According to Ali Nikoopour, iMatrix business development manager, “We are pleased to enter into this mutually beneficial relationship. It is our passion to assist health care oriented businesses like optometrists in extending their reach to as many patients as possible.”

Dr. Michelle Welch, OAOP president, agreed.

“This partnership is an excellent opportunity to assist optometrists in being more successful,” she said. “Our mission is to connect our member practices with the resources they need to flourish, and iMatrix has the tools to help accomplish this.”

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