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L2Tidings 6-11-2021

on June 11, 2021

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 Instagram’s algorithms work, how Google views blogs versus pages, and the new 2022 Honda Civic Hatchback.

Google Announces New Reporting Features in GA4. Digital marketers are receiving new reporting features in Google Analytics 4 that are designed to dig deeper into key insights, open more possibilities for client-facing data analysis, and simplify overall usability. Click the photo to see what these updates will look like on your dashboard.

TEASED: A New Honda Civic Hatchback Is Coming. After several months of teasing its potential release, Honda has officially confirmed that there will be a new Honda Civic Hatchback, which will feature longer and thinner taillights and a manual transmission. Find out when the Honda Civic Hatchback will be revealed by clicking the photo.

Instagram on How Its Algorithms Work. Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri recently wrote a blog explaining how content is ranked for Instagram users, emphasizing that each section of the app (Feed, Explore, Reels, and Stories) possesses its own algorithm that ranks content based on user behavior. Click above to learn how each individual algorithm works.

New 2022 Lexus NX To Debut Tonight. The highly-anticipated debut of the 2022 Lexus NX will take place later this evening, and viewers can expect to learn more about its new PHEV variant and enhanced infotainment touchscreen. Find out where you can stream the live event by clicking above.

Google Doesn’t Rank Pages Different From Posts. When it comes to ranking blogs and pages, Google doesn’t promote one type of content over the other, but rather looks at how links are interspersed throughout. Click the photo to learn how Google actually looks at posts versus pages.

Car Colors Are More Important To Buyers Than You Think. In a recent study conducted by Axalta, a global supplier of liquid and powder coatings, 88 percent of people aged 25 to 60 said that color is a key deciding factor when purchasing a car. Discover which car colors are most popular in different countries by clicking the photo.

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L2Tidings 6-11-2021