Our corporate office was located in Allendale, New Jersey. I represented the Marketing Department in Florida, working closely with the corporate marketing group in New Jersey. In October 2004, I left FujiFilm Hunt to start my own company, Jaguar Julie Designs.
For four years, from February 2007 to February 2011, I was the Marketing Director for Nova Pressroom Products LLC in Jacksonville, Florida. From February to October, 2011, I worked as a Catalog Content Specialist in Customer Experience at PSS World Medical in Jacksonville, Florida. I had a several month contract assignment in late 2012 as a Product Analyst at Allstate Benefits.
Since December 2004, I have been a Google Blogger. Through my first blog, JaguarJulie Blog On, I have penned over 380 blog posts. My second blog, Topicability, was launched in April 2008. While I have penned over 100 blog posts there, I haven't been as active with that blog. I launched my third blog, For Sale By Owner - Jacksonville, FL, on December 31, 2013. On May 9, 2014, I launched this, my fourth blog, Blondes that DIY.
Since March 2006, I have been an online content writer, affiliate marketer and brand ambassador through the Squidoo site. As lensmaster JaguarJulie, I authored over 850 lenses. I was an original Giant Squid 100 Charter Member 2007. I was the Giant Squid of the Year in 2008 and had the Best Cooking Lens in 2008. I was also the Official Squidoo Backyard Gardening Contributor and the Official Squidoo Comfort Foods Contributor.
On August 15, 2014, Seth Godin gave notice to us lensmasters that Squidoo would be transferring our key content to HubPages. Squidoo would be no more. Kind of a sad-happy day for us all. Stay tuned as we progress into the future of content creation!!
Because of notice from Squidoo of the changes, I created a new account at HubPages as Julie Ann Brady on HubPages. I already had JaguarJulie on HubPages; however, we couldn't use existing HP accounts for transferring over our Squidoo content! Stay tuned for new stuff.
So, that is a little bit about me. Of course I am blonde and I do a lot of do-it-yourself projects. Being single and semi-retired, a blonde needs to be resourceful. That's me!