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 how to optimize your ecommerce site, Audi’s new safety technology, and how passage indexing can influence search results.
What passage indexing and natural language processing mean for the future of SEO. This week, Google announced that it plans to expand its use of natural language understanding algorithms, which could greatly affect which type of content appears in search results. Click the photo to learn about passage-based indexing and how it could influence search results.
Audi’s Latest Feature Will Make Children Safer. After its introduction of the cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) system, which can alert drivers to construction zones, Audi has revealed its plans to create a safety system that will improve vehicle safety in school zones and around school buses. Find out how the system works by clicking the photo.
How to Optimize Your Ecommerce Site: 5 Quick SEO Fixes. From congested site navigation links to convoluted product titles, there are many quick and easy fixes that you can make to your website that can improve your overall search rankings. Click above to learn five simple ways you can greatly improve the functionality of your ecommerce site.
Watch Out Hummer EV, Ram’s Working on an Electric Pickup. With electric and hybrid pickup trucks rising in popularity, FCA recently announced its plans to release a high-powered, electric RAM pickup very soon. Find out how it will compare to the GMC Hummer EV and the new electric Ford F-150 by clicking above.
3 Content Marketing Tips from Top Tech Companies. One of the biggest challenges in content marketing is delivering material that can be easily understood by select audiences, which is why creating user-friendly, digestible content is incredibly important. Click the photo to find out how compelling content can increase conversions and CTR.
The 28 Electric Cars We’re Most Excited to Drive in the Next 3 Years. From the new Ford Mustang Mach-E to the new Volvo XC40 Recharge, there are many up-and-coming sedans, SUVs, pickups, and minivans that are changing the way we look at electric vehicles. Get a sneak peek of some new electric models, like the Volkswagen ID.Buzz, by clicking the photo.