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End Game

Elmo, Olipop, and abandoned Twitter accounts.

Do Ya Know?

Check your answer below!

Ziploc named THIS high-profile mama the first-ever “Chief Leftover Officer.”

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What We Learned

Monday: Try this creative sprint retrospective with your team to determine short-, medium-, and long-term objectives for your product.

Tuesday: Build better email surveys and review requests with these 10 tips.

Wednesday: According to HubSpot, audiences exposed to brand messages on LinkedIn are 6x more likely to convert. Here’s some expert advice from LinkedIn’s VP of Marketing to generate leads on the platform in 2024.

Thursday: Snapchat analyzed brand lift data from 30 previous Super Bowl campaigns completed on the app and found that Super Bowl-adjacent campaigns result in 1.2x ad awareness lift.

Asked & Answered

Q:For those who have stopped using Twitter/X, what are you doing with the account(s)?

A: “We pinned a ‘goodbye and where to find us’ thread, replaced the header with our LinkedIn, and then left the account live.”

A: “I’d recommend just stopping use of it and leaving a message saying it it unused rather than risk someone else taking the name.”

A: “I still look at ours every day. If it’s worth it, I will respond as a means of reputation management.”

A: “I’ve asked numerous times if we can just quit posting. No one seems to want to make the call.”

A: “Haven’t used it for companies in about 5 years. We just stopped without word.”

Pocket Stats

Here’s what we learned about The Daily Carnage community this week:

44.4% of marketers feel that email surveys are effective at generating insights, data, and reviews.

20.8% of marketers aren’t leveraging email surveys at all.

44.5% of marketers watch Super Bowl commercials before they air on game day.

23.3% of marketers have been affected by layoffs in Q1 2024.


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Karma is The Guy on The Chiefs


  • 1 oz Roku Gin
  • 1 oz Cocchi Americano
  • 0.75 oz Giffard Abricot du Roussillon
  • 0.75 oz Grapefruit juice
  • 1.5 oz Prosecco
  • 2 dashes of Regan’s Orange Bitters
  • Garnish: Orange Twist

Karma is The Guy On The Chiefs Cocktail


  1. Add ingredients to a shaking tin, shake with cube ice, and double strain into a flute.
  2. Top with Prosecco and express and garnish with an orange twist.

Recipe by XR at Crossroads Hotel

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Did Ya Know?

Answer:  Donna Kelce.

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