Julie Mamula’s primary role as Digital Marketing Manager at Sanctuary is to work with our delivery team to help execute campaigns and strategic deliverables in a timely manner and at an exceptional level. She loves using the many concepts and strategies that she’s learned in her 25 year tenure in marketing and spreading that knowledge to the rest of our team. She truly does whatever is needed to make every one of our clients’ strategies more successful.
With that long and varied expertise, Julie has knowledge of so many different industries and products that she can relate to almost any client. She is a bit of a jack-of-all-marketing-trades, with experience across the realm of digital marketing tactics, plus traditional marketing avenues including direct mail, trade shows, advertising and marketing collateral.
Julie lives in New Philadelphia, Ohio, with her husband, Dan, their daughters Alexis and Katelyn, and their dog Saddie.
Strengths: Achiever | Adaptability | Arranger | Context | Relator
Education: Kent State University - BS Advertising and Marketing
Fun Facts: Unselfish. Resourceful. Party Planner.
Fave Quote: “Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.” —Joshua J. Marine
Julie's Recent Posts and Videos
The value of an email newsletter list in digital marketing is no secret. When someone commits to receive your newsletter in their inbox periodically, they are signaling their interest in your brand and what you have to offer. This subscription gives you an important opportunity to directly reach these people with advice and news, as […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost every business in the country in one way or another. Google was quick to react and offered assistance to companies with Google My Business listings to provide the most accurate information possible to their customers. The updates were displayed on Business Profiles on Google Search and Maps. Update Business […]
Have you noticed anything different in your Google Search results lately? Google added tiny favicon icons to its organic search results in January. It was part of their plan to clarify where information is coming from for each of the search results. The new look is intended to be helpful to searchers so they can […]