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L2Tidings 1-22-2021

on January 22, 2021

Welcome to this week’s edition of L2Tidings, where we take a peek at what our automotive and digital marketing experts have been reading. This week, we read about Fiat Chrysler and PGA’s merger into Stellantis, how to help your landing pages rank higher, and Google My Business’s updated flag review feature.

7 Steps to Landing-Page Domination. We all know that landing pages are essential when it comes to securing your spot in a competitive market, but constantly optimizing and updating your pages is just as important. Click the photo to learn how you can improve the rank of your landing pages.

It’s Official: Fiat Chrysler and PSA Group Are Now Stellantis. FCA and PSA Group have completed their merger that was first announced in 2020, creating Stellantis, now the fourth-biggest automaker in the world by volume. Find out which automakers fall under the Stellantis umbrella by clicking the photo.

SEO In 2021: Five Trends That You Need To Know (And Master). Because Google is always refining and tweaking its algorithm to incorporate new technologies and user behaviors, it’s important to stay on top of trends and revise traditional practices in order to dominate competitive markets. Click above to learn which techniques you should master in 2021.

Microsoft Joins Forces With GM And Cruise To Build Self-Driving Cars. General Motors and its self-driving subsidiary, Cruise, have entered into a deal with Microsoft to accelerate the commercialization and development of self-driving vehicle software. Find out what they have in store by clicking above.

Google My Business updates flag review feature. This week, Google updated the form that businesses can use to “flag a review” within Google My Business, offering additional options and a slightly updated workflow. Click the photo to learn what qualifies as an “inappropriate” review to remove.

Chrysler And Jeep To Get Powerful New Alexa Feature. Fiat Chrysler is the first automaker to employ the use of Amazon’s new AI-based technology, Alexa Custom Assistant, which it will use to work in conjunction with its Uconnect voice assistant to offer an integrated experience. Learn how these new features work together by clicking the photo.

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L2Tidings 1-22-2021