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The Daily Carnage

Ready for Some Summer Soup?

We have a mix of website and TikTok things in this week’s recap. Plus a gross soup idea.

Logo History

(psst –– check out the answer to today’s trivia Q down below)

Which brand used to have this logo?

Top Posts of the Week

What We Learned

Monday: Knowing website terms is essential for giving design feedback effectively, knowing the best features, and sounding smart. Tubik put together 14 essential elements to know about websites. Check it out for a few unique elements you may not have heard of before.

Tuesday: We love sharing tools with you guys and know that TikTok can be tricky to navigate as a brand. Hootsuite put together a helpful list of 16 TikTok tools. It has a little something for everything in creation, analytics, and ads.

Wednesday: Reviews from your customers can have a powerful influence on your business. Website Builder Expert put together 5 ways to ask your customers for reviews PLUS what to do once you have the new reviews.

Thursday: Bad design doesn’t always mean something looks unappealing. It usually means it was designed poorly for user experience. Lounge Lizard has a list of 5 UX trends to ditch before you drive away users from your website.

Join the Conversation

Erin shared this PR mistake, “Announcing a food poisoning recall via a ‘link in bio’ on a promotional post is a bold move… A dumb one, but bold nonetheless 🤦‍♀️”

Ashley asked, “Am I the only one who, after getting a nasty message on a Client’s social media profile, will go check out the person’s account to see if you can figure out what kind of hellish human they are IRL?”

Amber wrote, “Has anyone in this group transitioned from tech to nonprofit?…I’m trying to figure out what challenges I’ll face and blind spots to cover.”

Al posted, “Speak up now or forever hold your peace”

Hard Orange Cream Soda

We’re taking it easssyyy this week


  • 1.5 oz. Crown Royal Vanilla
  • 4 oz. orange soda
  • Ice


  1. Add Crown Royal Vanilla to an ice-filled highball glass
  2. Add orange soda and stir

Recipe by Crown Royal

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Ads from the Past

1956, Campbell’s Soup 🥴

Which brand used to have this logo?

a. Pantene


This is the brand’s original logo from 1947 and was used until the 1980s.


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