Trending from G/L – Snickers enters the personalized branding game

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With so many competing products, a personalized branding experience just bridges a greater connection with consumers.

Trending from G/L: Parallel Parking made easy and the flying car of tomorrow

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A new flying car prototype has the G/L team geeking out.

Trending from G/L: Does Lily make high tech camera technology accessible?

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We asked our team what would be the first thing they would do with awesome camera technology like Lily.

Trending from G/L: The Future of YouTube Advertising

Luke Smith
Major consumer brands are jumping on-board and gradually perfecting the art of storytelling through these new, unique video formats.

Trending from G/L: Free Lynda education in St. Louis

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The St. Louis County Library recently announced that cardholders would have access to Lynda, an online education resource for business and creative skills as well as software.

7 Examples of Horrible Marketing Advice

Luke Smith
There's some horrible marketing advice out there. We're here to debunk some of those myths.

Trending Now from G/L: wants to change the online retailers landscape

Geile/Leon Marketing Communications is kind of like an online version of Costco without having to buy everything in bulk.

Trending from G/L: What Makes Mobile Marketing Matter?

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Perhaps this study will spawn a new wave of mobile marketing, ultimately ditching ad norms and turning to riffs on absurdity and unpredictability.

Trending from G/L: Does YouTube have a legitimate online video competitor in Vessel?

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It appears Vessel is doing exactly what needs to be done to compete with YouTube in the online video sphere.

Trending from G/L: How far will personalized marketing and advertising technology go?

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Advertising has a coercively isomorphic relationship with the tech industry; meaning the development and evolution of advertising is at least partially linked to technological innovation.