About Amie

Amie Marse is the founder of Content Equals Money. She lives in Lexington, KY with her two dogs: Billie and Lily. She has been writing content for her web based clients since 2005. She launched Content Equals Money in Oct of 2010, home of conversion focused content writing services. She loves to chat about small business development and how to make content equal money!

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Recent Pew Report Shows Facebook Dominates News Consumption Via Social Media

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With more and more consumers relying on social media sites for news, extensive research is being conducted to show exactly how adults in the U.S. are consuming news via social media. While a previous report by the Pew Research Center compared news consumption on Facebook vs. Twitter, they recently released a new study that looks at a larger range … [Read more...]

Facebook’s Web-or-Mobile Feature: Not Snapchat. Not Even Close.

Facebook’s Web-or-Mobile Feature

So, Facebook announced a new feature recently that looks like it will change the very face of everything you ever thought you knew about mobile social media. That’s right – it announced that you will now be able to see at a glance whether your friends on messenger are logged in from the web or from the mobile app. Oh – what’s that? You thought I … [Read more...]

Case Study: Folks Southern Kitchen

Folks southern kitchen

As some of our clients might know, I’m in the processing of moving from my home state of Kentucky down to Florida. While making three trips by car in the last two weeks isn’t the most fun experience, there has been a silver lining: Folks Southern Kitchen in Marietta, Georgia. Tired and exhausted, my dad and I went down to the front desk of the … [Read more...]

Will Code.org Be the Key to a New Future?

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We try not to be preachy here at Content Equals Money. And, if you read our blog regularly, you know we never push other products or services on our readers. So, when I take the time to draw attention to a particular website, I hope you believe me when I say that this thing really could turn our world upside down (in the best way possible)! The … [Read more...]

Google+ Adds Communities

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Adding fuel to the fire mentioned in Patrick’s blog on the Facebook/Google+ fight is the recent addition of Communities to Google+. This new feature seems to purposely mimic and improve upon Facebook’s “Groups” feature, which recently took a turn for the busted when Facebook merged all of its forgotten Pages into Groups, causing a huge problem … [Read more...]

Jill Whalen of High Rankings: Content More Important than SEO to Search Engines

If you know any name at all in the world of SEO and rankings, then you probably know the name “Jill Whalen.” Jill got started on the SEO scene back in 1990 when it was hardly a “scene” at all. In 1995, she launched her own company, High Rankings, which strategizes with hundreds of clients in over 40 industries on increasing traffic, boosting sales, … [Read more...]