Welcome to this week’s edition of L2Tidings, where we explore the latest news in the automotive and digital marketing industries. This week, we read about the Ford Bronco’s new arrival date, how Google interprets misspelled keywords, and Honda’s online used car shopping service.
YouTube remains dominant source of video in top Google ranking positions. A recent search ranking study confirmed that YouTube rank higher in search and carousel results than videos that are self-hosted or hosted on other video platforms. Click the photo to learn why YouTube videos rank higher.
2021 Ford Bronco Delayed, Not Coming until Next Summer. Due to coronavirus-related supplier issues, the 2021 Ford Bronco two- and four-door SUV will not be released until summer 2021. Find out when you’ll be able to submit your order by clicking the photo.
How Misspelled Keywords Affect SEO. Search engines like Google are consistently getting better at understanding what users are trying to search for, explaining why they are now able to decipher keyword variations and determine what users want. Click above to learn how Google interprets keyword misspellings.
Buying A Used Honda Online Just Got A Lot Easier. To make online used car shopping easier for younger buyers, Honda is becoming the first mass-market automaker to sell non-certified used cars on its official manufacturer website. Find out what types of used vehicles will appear on the website by clicking above.
Even as more people shop online, searches for ‘available near me’ up over 100% vs. last year. Despite state lockdowns and significant e-commerce growth this year, consumers are consolidating their shopping sprees and spending more time looking for local businesses near them. Click the photo to learn how small businesses are capitalizing on these consumer choices.
Alfa Romeo Unveils Stelvio Veloce Ti. Sporting new exterior design features, carbon fiber interior accents, and a full suite of Alfa Connected Services, the new Alfa Romeo Stelvio Veloce Ti is a promising newcomer to the vehicle’s trim lineup. Get a sneak peek of its new equipment and technology by clicking the photo.