Adam Justice

Adam was founder of Social Media Sun, and is now the Chief Marketing Officer at Drug Test City

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Three Next Generation Web Design Trends of 2013

The evolution on web design reminds me of the auto industry. When the first websites came online, technology limited the aesthetics to color schemes and white space. New programming languages and improvements in graphic design programs allowed designers to start using sleek curves, flashy tail fins, and match aesthetics to real world inspiration. For a …

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Admitting Your Weaknesses is the First Step to Self-Improvement

In 2012 we’re a culture of specialization. Today’s lean development teams and reactive hierarchies are setup to include one person (in theory the best person) to handle each job. You can probably trace this back to the beginning of industrialization and the assembly line. Through specialization each person could get progressively better at their small …

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#SMSchat 1 – Facebook Friends featuring Mari Smith 10-18-2012

[View the story “#SMSchat 1 – Mari Smith 10/18/2012” on Storify] #SMSchat 1 – Mari Smith 10/18/2012 Social Media Sun’s inaugural #SMSchat Twitter Chat, with special guest Mari Smith. The theme was Facebook, and the chat was a total success! Everyone enjoyed the chat, and Mari shared a lot of valuable information! Storified by Adam …

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Facebook EdgeRank Explained: How it Works, and How to Beat It

When it comes to marketing through social media channels, you can’t argue with the fact that Facebook has over a billion users now. There are half a billion people that you have the potential of reaching through Facebook that you couldn’t possibly reach through another network. When you consider that the average user logs in …

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