It’s time again for L2Tidings, where we see what our automotive and digital marketing experts have been reading. This week, we read about ChatGPT for SEO, Google “Search in Video,” and the sudden rise of Mastodon!
Stellantis is in talks to buy a “substantial” stake in hydrogen mobility company Smybio. The buyout aligns with the automaker’s long-term goals to expand low-emission vehicle offerings beyond traditional lithium-ion EVs. Click the Symbio logo to read more.
Google is testing a new “Search in Video” feature. The feature would allow users to search for spoken words in a video, so users know if they can find certain information without watching a full clip. Click the recording phone to read more.
Toyota will sell $140 catalytic converter guards for new models, such as the Prius. The guards, made by Cat Shield, will protect the emissions-reducing devices amidst a surge in thefts in recent years. Click the Toyota Prius to read more.
What to know about ChatGPT and SEO content. The artificial intelligence content generator may be useful for generating content ideas, but there are still issues with fully ai-generated content. Click the typewriter to read more.
Porsche has begun production of a water-based efuel at a plant in Chile. Although production is currently experimental, the automaker plans to be producing 145 million gallons of biofuel each year by the end of the decade. Click the molecule to read more.
Mastodon has reached 2.5 million users, up from 300k when Elon Musk took over Twitter. In a Reddit AMA, the founder said that they’ve seen a significant increase in journalists, political figures, and organizations joining along with other users. Click the Mastodon app to read more.