We have a lot to say. Admittedly, some of it probably shouldn’t be said in public, so we’ll keep it to the stuff that matters. Don’t expect us to only spew words or facts. We’ll tell you what we think, and more importantly, why it matters to you.

Apr 02, 2019

Reflecting on 30 years: A conversation with Geile and Leon

Mike Haueisen #Geil30n, Communications Agency, Education, G/L Approach, G/L Culture, General

As a copywriter who’s still in the early stages of his career, my eyes are always looking forward to where I’m headed, what I need to learn, and how the industry will change in the coming years. Of course, I can’t predict the future, but what I can do is try to see things through the eyes of those who …

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Jul 18, 2018

Designing for Prospective Students

Geile/Leon Advertising, Design, Education

There are several basic things to consider when designing for prospective students: Function and content, social media, UI design and honesty.

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Jun 21, 2018

Trending from G/L: Country Time Stands Up For Kids

Luke Smith Advertising, Education, General, Media, Public Relations, Strategy, Trending Now, Trends

Does shutting down a kid’s lemonade because they don’t have a business permit sound crazy to you? If it does, you’re likely in the majority, but unfortunately, police have been doing just that. After a recent rash of Lemonade stand shutdowns requested by crotchety neighbors, Kraft Heinz’s Country Time Lemonade brand sprung into action with their “Legal-Ade” campaign. When 6-year …

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Apr 22, 2018

Top-5 Focus Points For Marketing Higher Education To Generation ‘Z’

Geile/Leon Education, Full Funnel Marketing, G/L Approach, General, Strategy

Now that the Gen Z generation is coming of age, let’s take look at some interesting facts that could help you better attract them to your campus. 45% of Gen-Zers find the process of deciding where to go to college confusing, according to a recent Ologie study. What makes this an interesting statistic is that Gen Z-ers thoroughly research products …

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Jan 28, 2018

Finding Your Happy Place in Rural Areas

Tim Leon Brainstorms, Education, G/L Work, Planning, Public Relations, Strategy, Trends

I came across an interesting Washington Post blog concerning research recently published by the Vancouver School of Economics and McGill University about the “geography of well-being” in Canada. The study covered Canada’s entire population, with over 400,000 responses from 1,200 communities across the country. The research indicated a correlation between population density (concentration of people in a given area) and …

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