Adam has been writing professionally in one form or another for the past several years.
Trained as a print journalist at the University of Montana, Adam left the University to pursue opportunities writing for multimedia and the web using the research skills he honed in his studies. During this time, he has gained experience in writing not only articles, but product copy, blogs and even short fiction.
Adam spent four years a staff writer for a small online electronics and outdoor gear company, slinging words for everything from toaster ovens to tents, creating informative and humorous blog posts and videos, writing articles, and managing social media accounts.
Adam subscribes to the philosophy is that writing needs to engage a potential customer, not just be visible. To that end he creates content that not only focuses on SEO best practices, but on providing real value to the reader, and therefore to the client.
Adam's writing focuses on feature length articles, short blog posts, product copy, and writing geared towards social media. His focus is to not only drive potential customers, but to engage them with high quality content. This is done with a combination of research, dedication, and tightly created copy made while keeping the customer and client in mind, as well as hefty amounts of blood, sweat, and caffeine.
Adam is mainly interested in writing, and (geeky as he is) spends much of his time learning about it. When he's not either learning about or actually writing, he also likes to play with the latest electronic gadgets, bike in the sun (when it's available), play video games with friends, bake bread and pastries, and try to keep up with his favorite bands.
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