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 Jeep’s new lift kit for hybrids, three easy ways to decrease your bounce rate, and GM’s new charging network.
What We’ve Learned About Consumer Trends So Far in 2021. In the past year, online shopping trends have fluctuated significantly in response to the pandemic, and while it’s clear that customers will continue to shop online well into the future, in-person shopping experiences are expected to skyrocket in 2021. Click the photo to find out how other types of consumer behavior are expected to change this year.
Jeep Releases First-Ever Lift Kit For An EV. Not only has Jeep released an industry-first two-inch lift kit for the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4xe, but the automaker is also selling 240-volt home chargers that charge five times as fast as standard cord sets. Find out about other off-road Jeep accessories by clicking the photo.
The 11 Most Important Parts of SEO You Need to Get Right. By implementing the correct SEO strategies that are relevant for your audience, not only will you gain clients, conversions, and sales, but you’ll also develop a solid digital marketing foundation that will serve you well for years to come. Click above to learn which strategies are most effective in creating a successful SEO campaign.
2021 Ford F-150 Will Add Onboard Scales for Hauling. This summer, select 2021 Ford F-150 models will be outfitted with onboard scales that will display cargo weight measurements on the infotainment touchscreen. Find out about additional hauling upgrades by clicking above.
3 Easy Ways to Decrease Your Bounce Rate. When it comes to converting website traffic, it’s not only important to provide valuable content that appeals to your audience; you must also make your content engaging enough to keep users on specific web pages. Click the photo to learn how you can improve your bounce rate.
GM’s Ultium Charge 360 Aims to Make EV Ownership Easier. To accommodate the influx of hybrid and electric vehicles coming soon, General Motors has created a charging network called Ultium Charge 360, which aims to improve public and at-home charging experiences. Learn more about Ultium Charge 360 by clicking the photo.