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.

Nov 19, 2019

Community Outreach: Focus on People, Not Products

Shawn Maher Advertising, Full Funnel Marketing, G/L Approach, G/L Work

Despite the insistence of conspiracy theorists decked out in the latest tin foil hat fashion, marketing isn’t just a way to trick people into buying something. Very often, it might not be trying to sell a thing. That’s especially true when it comes to community outreach.  For some of our clients, the objective of our efforts has nothing to do …

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Jul 30, 2019

Finding Creativity: My Summer as a G/L Intern

Mike Boyer Full Funnel Marketing, G/L Approach, G/L Culture, G/L Work, General

Since I first decided I wanted to work in video production, finding my creative voice has been a journey. I’ve worked on many projects and created a lot of different content that has pushed my ideas in varying directions, but never have I worked in such a place as this where I was surrounded by such incredible creativity that helped …

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Jun 03, 2019

4 Essential Truths In Advertising That Haven’t Changed in 30 Years

Geile/Leon #Geil30n, Advertising, Communications Agency, Creative, Design, Full Funnel Marketing, G/L Approach, G/L Work, General

Throughout 30 years, massive changes are inevitable for every industry, and advertising is no exception. New research, changing demographics and media landscapes and more have made the best practices of old almost unrecognizable from the best practices of today. But through it all, there are concrete and essential truths that have never changed about this industry. Here’s just a few… …

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Feb 18, 2019

Building Buyer Personas for Rural Lifestyle

Melissa Ross Advertising, Brainstorms, Communications Agency, G/L Work, Planning, Strategy

In marketing, what you’re communicating is just as important as defining who you’re communicating with. But most target audiences only manage to scratch the surface. For example, targeting men ages 25-65, with children at home and a household income of $100,000 is a good start, but have we really painted a picture of their everyday lives, responsibilities, and likes/dislikes? That’s …

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Jul 11, 2018

Trending from G/L: Tracking 2018’s Design Trends

Ben Schwab Branding, Creative, Design, G/L Work, Trending Now, Trends

It’s important for any competitive brand that plans on remaining relevant to stay aware and on top of emerging trends within their industry. A large aspect of this involves staying up to date on the ever-evolving visual landscape we find ourselves enveloped by. To cut through this overgrown jungle of visual noise it’s important to not just note and acknowledge …

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