on October 21, 2022
It’s time again for L2Tidings, where we see what our automotive and digital marketing experts have been reading. This week, we read about Google’s October spam update, the upcoming Dodge Charger SRT EV, and how to manage a client’s expectations for SEO!
BMW to invest $1.7 billion in EV production in the United States. $1 billion will go towards EV production directly, and the other $700 million towards a new battery-assembly facility. Click the electric BMW to read more.
How to manage SEO clients’ expectations. Different clients come to agencies with a wide range of experiences with SEO, so education and transparency are key to keeping expectations realistic. Click the meeting to read more.
The future of car dealerships amidst a year of record profits. The automotive industry made a very lucrative comeback from the 2020 lockdown, but issues with supply-and-demand and direct sales have some questioning the future of the dealership. Click the BMW dealership to read more.
Googled rolled out the October spam update on October 19th. The latest update – which will take several days to complete – will either demote sites on search results or remove them from Google’s index entirely. Click the SPAM to read more.
The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT EV was spotted filming for The upcoming electric muscle car will be making its film debut in the tenth Fast X in Miami. Fast and Furious movie. Click the electric Dodge Charger to read more.
Three new features for Youtube streaming, shopping, and audio. Youtube added new advertising features for TV, discovery, and podcasts to help advertisers reach wider audiences at prime moments. Click the streamer to read more. L2Tidings 10-21-2022 10.21.2022