Welcome to this week’s edition of L2Tidings, where we see what our automotive and digital marketing experts have been reading. This week, we read about how to improve your site’s pageviews, the Porsche Taycan’s new world record, and Kia’s bold electric vehicle plans.
Google officially displays years in business in local pack. After several months of testing, Google has officially launched a new label that reveals how many years your business has been in operation. Click the photo to learn how you can add this label to your Google My Business profile.
The Porsche Taycan Turbo S Is Now the Fastest Car in the World…Indoors. After breaking a record for longest continuous drift in an electric vehicle, the Porsche Taycan Turbo S has broken yet another world record, going from zero to 60 mph in only 2.4 seconds and reaching 102.6 mph indoors. Find out how experts tested its acceleration capabilities by clicking the photo.
4 Questions to Ask Before Creating Your Social Media Content Strategy. A lot goes into planning your social media campaign, but by considering your audience, developing a concrete plan, and utilizing scheduling and content creation tools, you’ll be able to execute your campaign with ease. Click above to learn how you can become a better social media strategist.
Kia Accelerates Electric-Vehicle Plans, Promises 11 EVs by 2026. This week, the president of Kia Motors announced that the company will be ramping up its electric vehicle production, with 11 new electric models coming to the market by 2026. Learn about Kia’s 10-year electric/hybrid vehicle plan by clicking above.
How to Consistently Improve Your Website’s Pageviews (5 Strategies). From cut-throat business competition to fleeting consumer attention, it’s getting harder and harder to maintain engagement, but by utilizing the right strategies, you can generate more traction to your site and increase pageviews. Click the photo to learn how you can fine-tune performance and create more powerful content.
Toyota Promises Two New 2022 Electric Models and a Plug-In Hybrid. This week, Toyota announced that by the end of the year, it will be unveiling two new electric vehicles for the U.S. market—one electric crossover and one mystery body style that will be revealed at a later date. Learn more about these new electric models by clicking the photo.