Adam B has been a writer and editor of various genres of fiction for well over a decade. He is currently working towards an advanced degree in English, with concentrations in American Literature and Creative Writing. He has written over 8000 articles and blog posts for clients hailing from all over the globe. He is extremely skilled in the art of keyword placement, conversational style and writing pieces that compel readers to seek more information from websites where the articles are posted.
Several of his short stories have been published in newsletters by major publishing companies, and story in particular won first prize in a Halloween writing contest sponsored by Swimming Kangaroo Books. His technical articles vary in subject matter, ranging from blog posts for retail organizations, metaphysical articles for meditation experts and even advertisements for renowned car companies. He has also written countless articles for medical wholesale companies, healthcare offices and much more.
As a writer, he seeks to pull the reader in, engaging their interest from the first sentence. He believes that a well-written piece forces a person to continue reading until the last word is ingrained into their memory. Articles with an extensive number of keywords should be as fluid and enjoyable as an expose or editorial. There is simply no excuse for poorly-written content, regardless of genre or style. Clients deserve to get articles that help them achieve their goals, whether related to informal blurbs, sales copy or journalistic pieces.
Adam B. currently runs a blog called "The Incredible Shrinking Brain." It can be found at ShrinkingMinds.com
Adam enjoys reading, writing and performing with his Blues band. He studies and spends time with his menagerie of exotic pets in his spare time.
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