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Live From Web 2.0 Expo New York -- Siteworx, Inc. Tells Attendees to "Web 2.0 Yourself!"

New Micro-Site Shares Insights and Views on the Hottest Web 2.0 Products and Technologies

RESTON, VA -- (Marketwire) -- 09/18/08 -- Today, Siteworx, Inc. announced the launch of its Web 2.0 Yourself!(TM) micro-site at http://www.siteworx.com/web2.0yourself. The new site, part of the Siteworx presence at Web 2.0 Expo New York, is designed to give attendees a chance to engage and interact on the packed exhibit hall floor. Participants share their opinions on diverse topics such as picking the hottest or most over-hyped Web 2.0 products and services, identifying the next big thing in Web 2.0 and describing how Web 2.0 applications are impacting their business and personal lives.

"We're thrilled by the response at Web 2.0 Expo New York and look forward to taking this show on the road at several other events we're attending this fall," says Rand Kramer, Vice President of Visual Design and Founder of Siteworx, Inc. "With Web 2.0 Expo's east coast debut, we felt the time is ripe to tap into the ever-increasing migration of west coast tech to east coast sensibilities," continued Kramer.

The Web 2.0 Yourself! micro-site is designed to serve as a focal point for those interested in a unique perspective on the evolution of Web 2.0 technologies. With participation from Web 2.0 enthusiasts in a wide range of organizations, from established technology product companies in financial services and wireless industries, to Web entrepreneurs, students, university professors and more, videos tap into the combined wisdom of the crowd to find out what attendees really think.

The Web 2.0 Yourself! interface was designed and deployed by Siteworx user experience, visual design and Web development consultants on the Axiom Content Management System (CMS). Because Axiom CMS is built on Java and utilizes server-side Javascript, it provides the optimal platform for rapid development and deployment of the site.

Participants in the Web 2.0 Yourself! campaign are eligible to win a free Flip Mino, which is being used to shoot all onsite stills and videos. Siteworx will continue the Web 2.0 Yourself! experience at Interact 2008 and the 2008 Forrester Consumer Forum.

If you'd like to take part in Web 2.0 Yourself!, stop by booth 1337 at this week's Web 2.0 Expo New York. For more information, or to find out where Web 2.0 Yourself! will be next, visit http://www.siteworx.com, or contact Patricia Mejia at 703-964-1700 or info@siteworx.com.

About Siteworx, Inc.

Siteworx provides the full range of Web design and product development solutions through deep expertise in user experience, a wide range of Web development platforms and an award-winning creative design team. From mobile applications and social media strategies -- social networks, blogs, RSS -- to content management, enterprise search and analytics solutions, Siteworx delivers improved performance to an impressive and growing roster of clients including AOL, The College Board, Discovery Communications, National Geographic and U.S. News & World Report. Learn more at http://www.siteworx.com.

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Patricia Mejia
Siteworx, Inc.
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