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L2Tidings 11-25-2022

on November 25, 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 the controversial Mercedes-Benz performance subscription, Domino’s new EV delivery fleet, and TikTok audience insights.

2023 Mercedes-Benz EQS electric car.
Mercedes-Benz is offering a controversial $1200 per year subscription for better performance in electric vehicles. The payment would unlock more horsepower and a faster 0-60mph speed. Click the Mercedes-Benz EQS to read more.
Phone leaning on a plant shows a TikTok feed.
TikTok rolled out a new audience insight tool for advertisers. The new tool allows users to define their audience, explore hashtags, and better plan both organic and paid content. Click the TikTok feed to read more.
Person holding a phone displaying the Lyft opening screen.
Lyft is adding a roadside assistance feature that would cost users $100 per year. Lyft Pink is meant to compete with AAA by offering services like jump-starts and gas delivery. Click the Lyft screen to read more.
First, second, and third podiums.
Google published a guide to current and retired ranking systems. Google also introduced some new terminology, distinguishing between “systems” and “updates.” Click the podiums to read more.
Domino's Chevy Bolt EV delivery fleet.
Domino’s is adding 800 Chevy Bolt EVs to their delivery fleet in the coming months. The update is part of Domino’s pledge to have net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Click the Chevy Bolt EVs to read more.
Shopify opened on a phone.
Shopify is testing a new universal search feature. The new feature allows users to search for products and merchants matching the search term but could hurt merchants who don’t pay to be at the top of the results. Click the Shopify app to read more.

L2Tidings 11-25-2022

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