Welcome to the first L2Tidings of 2021, where we take a peek at what our automotive and digital marketing experts have been reading. This week, we read about Kia’s new logo design, recent updates to Facebook Pages, and the ins and outs of Google’s Knowledge Graph.
Facebook Pages Redesigned, 5 New Features Added. This week, Facebook announced that it will be rolling out various page updates, including dedicated newsfeeds, improved page management tools, and actionable insights for page managers. Click the photo to learn more about these new page features.
Kia Reveals New Logo With Stunning Fireworks Display And Guinness World Record. To celebrate its plans to “revamp nearly all facets of its business,” Kia revealed its new, signature-inspired logo during a record-breaking fireworks display in Incheon, Korea. Learn about Kia’s future plans for an electric lineup by clicking the photo.
What Is the Google Knowledge Graph and How it Works. Comprised of over 500 billion facts and about 5 billion entities, Google’s Knowledge Graph not only helps users quickly learn more about a particular subject, but it also helps digital marketers find out which queries certain keywords are relevant for. Click above to discover more ways the Knowledge Graph can help users and marketers alike.
25 Best-Selling Cars, Trucks, and SUVs of 2020. Last year’s global pandemic may have interrupted vehicle sales for a short period of time, but towards the end of the third and fourth quarters, several cars, trucks, and SUVs saw an uptick in sales. Click above to discover which vehicle had the highest number of sales in 2020.
Google My Business launches new performance reporting. Google is officially rolling out a performance reporting update which will show you how many calls and messages your business has received as well as which search terms are being used to find your business listing. Learn how you can access these reports by clicking above.
Mazda MX-30 Confirmed for U.S. with EV, Rotary Hybrid Variants. Officials from Mazda recently announced that the electric Mazda MX-30 will eventually make its way to U.S. markets in the next few years, and it will accompanied by two different drivetrain options. Learn more about the Mazda MX-30’s electric and hybrid drivetrains by clicking the photo.