It’s time again for L2Tidings, where we see what our automotive and digital marketing experts have been reading. This week, we read about Toyota’s new at-home charging solutions, Google’s new vehicle ads format, and Subaru’s successful pet adoption campaign.
Google Introduces New Vehicle Ads Format. Google is giving advertisers in the automotive industry a new tool to fuel their marketing efforts in the form of an ad unit customized for vehicle sales. Click the photo to see learn how these ads work in search results.
Toyota Brings EV Charging To The Masses. To provide more charging solutions for drivers, Toyota is partnering with Chargepoint to install Level 2 chargers and outlets in residential homes. Find out how quickly these chargers restore battery life by clicking the photo.
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Volkswagen’s Latest Software Upgrade Brings Big Changes. As part of its push to expand electric vehicle sales, Volkswagen is releasing a new software update called ID. Software 3.0, which will offer new driver assistance programs, updated digital display formats, optimized voice control, and upgraded battery charging parameters. Explore new innovative features like Travel Assist with Swarm Data by clicking above.
Google claims it reduced irrelevant search results by over 50 percent in seven years. In a recent statement, Google announced that it has successfully reduced the number of irrelevant search results by over 50 percent in the last seven years, and it has also seen a 60-percent increase in natural language queries. Click the photo to learn how Google has adapted to evolving search behavior.
Subaru’s Quest to Empty Animal Shelters Results In Thousands Of Adoptions. During October 2021’s Subaru Loves Pets month, more than 36,000 shelter pets were adopted as part of a nationwide campaign between Subaru, partner animal shelters, and more than 600 Subaru retailers. Learn more about the Subaru Loves Pets campaign by clicking the photo.