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Sara Mannix

Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Sara Mannix is the CEO of Mannix Marketing, Inc., a Digital Marketing Agency headquartered in Glens Falls, NY. She founded Mannix Marketing in 1996 with a goal to get clients "found" on the web through organic Search Engine Optimization (SEO). The company now serves over 1500 clients worldwide and employs a team of over 30 specialists, still operating under the tagline "We Get You Found On The Web." This multifaceted company is an industry leader, specializing in organic SEO, Link Earning, SEO-friendly Website Design, Online Advertising, Social Media and more. Mannix Marketing also has one of the largest portfolios of tourism and city guides in Upstate New York. These guides, which include,,,, and, reach over 10 million visitors a year. Corresponding social media profiles for the region extend this reach to millions more on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, YouTube and more.

Fun Facts About Sara

What’s your favorite indoor/outdoor activity?
I love camping on the islands of Lake George with my family. As much as I love being connected to technology, I love being able to unplug and simply roast marshmallows or jump off the cliffs at Calves Pen.

If you could have one superpower, what would it be? Why?
I would love to fly like superman. I love to travel and that would make getting to the Galapagos Islands so much easier. I could cancel my GoToMeeting subscription and meet all clients in person. Plus, my kids would have so much fun riding on my back!

If you were an animal, what would you be? Why?
I would be a mother bear: I’m affectionate, protective and social. My kids mean the world to me.

Do you like to travel? Where?
I love to travel and pretty much anywhere. When I was 12, I won a trip to Spain as a newspaper carrier. Then, when I was 14, my parents sent me to Colombia, South America for the summer. Since then I’ve lived in Spain and Italy. Spain is my favorite place in the world. However, my dream is to visit the Galapagos Islands with my son who wants to be a herpetologist.

What is your favorite book (or movie) of all time?
My favorite book is Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett.

Recent Posts

Flawless Marketing Campaign by Native Deodorant

Every marketing consultant knows that word of mouth and reputation are mission critical to a marketing campaign.  As the CEO of a digital marketing company, I’m probably more aware than most of the multiple little decisions and actions that go into creating a compelling customer journey. That being said, it really takes a special campaign to make me sit up and take notice. This is the story of one such campaign. (more…)

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How do I log out of Facebook?

According to Facebook, all you have to do to logout is click on the down arrow and click "Log Out" - see the image on the left. However, what do you do when you follow their directions and you do not have the log out link?  See the image on the right. We found this handy page here where you can click on the button to logout of Facebook, so you can log back in under a different profile. Do you need help with your social media?  We offer one-on-one Facebook training by the hour, learn more about…

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Facebook’s New Invite Button and How to Grow Your Fans

Facebook has a new feature we call the "Invite Button" for business pages that will allow you to grow your fans exponentially! We call it the Facebook "Invite" button and here is how it works: If your Facebook page has less than 100k fans, if a person has Liked one of your posts, you can invite them to become a fan of your Facebook page... (more…)

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20 Best Sites for Cheap or Free Graphics or Images for Your Blog

Where do you get the best stock photos free or cheap? Here are some of our top picks for finding stock photos free  find  free photos at – Make sure you select commercial images if you will be using the photo for your business. Once you find an image, just follow their easy instructions for appropriate crediting. They have photos of local places, too, many from Flickr, etc. Do a search, and you'll see what I mean. We highly recommend this site for finding stock photos free that are OK to use and easy to credit. Visit…

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Three Great Sources for Free Photos

As I've said before, never Google "Free Photos" and take the pictures... they aren't free and you can be sued for thousands of dollars for using those "free photos". Instead, if you are on a budget, what you really want are CREATIVE COMMONS ZERO photos. Even if you go to one of these sites, double check the license next to the picture. It should say: Creative Commons Zero or CCO Public Domain. This means the photographer is letting you take the photo for free for any use and you don't have to credit them. Here are my top three places…

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