Welcome to this week’s edition of L2Tidings, where we explore the latest news in the automotive and digital marketing industries. This week, our automotive marketing specialists read about Subaru’s first electric SUV, how to build trust with followers, and Hyundai’s billion-dollar investment.
What’s the Trick to Building Trust With Social Media Followers? The key to social media marketing is building trust, and by providing followers with valuable and relatable content, brands can establish loyal fanbases that will convert every time. Click the photo to learn how you can build a solid community of followers.
Meet The Solterra: Subaru Teases First Electric SUV. Subaru may be one of the last automakers to join the EV revolution, but its first electric SUV, the Subaru Solterra, is slated to be released next year. Get a sneak peek of this all-electric Subaru SUV by clicking the photo.
Google call history report begins to show data in Google My Business. Several months after showing a “Preview Call History” feature in Google My Business, Google has officially begun to show actual caller data in certain profiles, including caller ID information and call dates. Click above to see what this feature looks like in Google My Business.
Mercedes-Benz Puts Its Most Important Sedan Ever Into Production. Mercedes-Benz is ready to enter the electric era with its newly-minted 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS Sedan, which is estimated to travel 335 miles on a single charge. Find out when the Mercedes-Benz EQS will drop in the US by clicking above.
Google’s Top Products Carousel: Everything You Need to Know. Serving as one of Google’s newest features for online retailers, the Top Products Carousel is a perfect tool for prominently displaying products in SERPs and getting free, organic traffic from users. Click the photo to learn how you can optimize your products to appear in the Top Products Carousel.
Hyundai Announces Multi-Billion Dollar Investment In The US. To prove its commitment to sustainability, Hyundai Motor Group will invest $7.4 billion to build American-made battery electric vehicles, starting with the release of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 later this year. Learn more about Hyundai’s commitment to electrification by clicking the photo.