The Digital Download: A new blog series by our Digital Content Producer

Melissa Ross
Over the past eight years working in social media marketing, I’ve learned that it’s impossible to find success without staying relevant and up-to-date on trends in the social atmosphere. As Geile/Leon’s digital content producer, I know our client’s success depends on my dedication to staying on top of what’s happening in the digital space. That […]

Brands need to take a stand…at least that’s what consumers are saying

Tim Leon
As our agency has been blogging and posting about for the last 18 months, brands are being asked to take a stand on social, cultural and societal issues that face our world. Studies have shown that brand loyalty can be positively impacted by brands that take a stand on issues. And consumers want these brands […]

Freezing the summer melt in higher education

Geile/Leon Marketing Communications
We know you’re tired of hearing about it – that irritating and frustrating phenomenon when prospective college students lose their motivation to attend college and “melt” away during the summer after their senior year. Every year, an estimated 10-40% of high school students don’t make it to campus in the fall.  They’ve applied, been accepted by, […]

Key Takeaways from a Year of Online Product Launches

Shawn Maher
There’s something about a really well-executed product launch event that captures our attention and our imaginations. When it really clicks, the anticipation among consumers is electric. But during the pandemic this past year, packing a giant event space full of people for a product launch simply wasn’t an option.  Of course, necessity is the mother […]

Digital Strategies for Any Higher Education Institution During a Pandemic

Melissa Ross
While there are countless industries that have struggled since the beginning of the pandemic, one industry that’s facing major challenges and seismic changes is higher education. These institutions have been forced to completely rethink how they’re marketing to potential and current students. Whether it’s navigating new COVID restrictions, rolling out virtual learning, dealing with students […]

In a Time of Crisis, Turn to Maslow for Marketing Advice

Melissa Ross
My time during these past few weeks has been occupied much in the same way yours and many others’ has. I spend my time at home worrying. The irony is that we are all isolated while feeling the same sense of worry.   Is there going to be toilet paper when I brave the grocery store? […]

Is Ad Tech Overrated?

Tim Leon
It seems like every day there’s a new marketing technology that is the new biggest and best thing. And some really are great. At the same time, we marketers are overloaded with new technologies hyped as a “must-have” if we want to survive in the industry. In fact, ChiefMarTec.com added more than 200 new solutions […]

2 Seconds to Engagement

Shawn Maher
At the advent of online video, many marketers realized that viewer engagement was difficult. So we began thinking differently than we would for a medium, like television, where the viewer had to pay attention…until DVR came along, that is.  But the thing about evolution is that, well, it keeps evolving. Now we have skippable ads, […]

Ryan Reynolds and Aviation Gin Strike Again

Tim Leon
Ryan Reynolds just can’t stay out of our trend discussions. Leave it to the actor-turned-ad-mogul to find a clever and timely way to create an online video for his Aviation Gin brand. Online video that truly taps into the zeitgeist can provide a lesson on what online video and content marketing should be.  Since 2020 […]

Our Public Library Campaign Comes from the Heart

Geile/Leon Marketing Communications
It’s an exciting time for St. Louis and for G/L. Our advertisement for the Saint Louis Public Library is airing on all the local broadcast television networks. And the “Overdue? Get a do-over.” messaging is on billboards, busses and signage. We are really excited to see the results of the campaign. Of course, we want […]
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