Elixir Interactive to Participate in SEMPO AZ Search and Social Media Clinic on October 8, 2008

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Elixir Interactive's CIO Dylan Downhill will participate on a panel of leading digital marketing agencies at the SEMPO AZ Search and Social Media Clinic on October 8th.

- Elixir Interactive is participating in a Search and Social Media Website Clinic hosted by Arizona's Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization (SEMPO) on October 8th. Elixir Interactive's CIO Dylan Downhill will act on a panel of the top search, social and website usability experts from the leading digital agencies in Phoenix. The expert panel will evaluate a number of websites and present direction on how to optimize a site from a design, search and social media perspective.

Elixir Interactive is a digital marketing agency that is highly active in the search and social media community. By analyzing online behavior patterns and social interactions, Elixir develops targeted digital marketing programs that help clients understand how their customers think, what their interests are and where they congregate online.

In preparation for the Search and Social Media Clinic, Elixir has reviewed websites recommended by SEMPO members and will provide critiques at the event based upon optimization strategies. Attendees will learn usability, search engine optimization and social media best practices, and are encouraged to submit their own websites for review at the clinic.

Elixir offers a full suite of interactive marketing services that help companies extend the reach of their brand, better understand customers, and connect with targeted audiences. For more information about Elixir Interactive, visit http://www.elixirinteractive.com or call (602) 494-6326.

The Search and Social Media Clinic will be held Wednesday, October 8th from 6-8 pm at SkySong. Food and drink will be served. Admission: $15 for SEMPO members, $30 for non-members. For more information about SEMPO AZ, please visit http://sempoaz.org.


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