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 Facebook Messenger’s new toggle function, the new RAM 1500 Built to Serve Edition, and ways to use local SEO for multiple business locations.
Facebook Messenger Can Now Be Used to Answer Customer Messages. Recently, Facebook rolled out an update that allows business owners to toggle between personal messages and customer messages on Facebook Messenger. Learn how this can improve customer relations by clicking the photo.
Ram 1500 Built to Serve Edition Is Back to Honor the U.S. Navy. Featuring two new exterior paint schemes, new interior stitching, and VELCRO panels on the front seats, the RAM 1500 Built to Serve Edition is easily one of the most patriotic vehicles on the market. Click the photo to get a closer look.
The Complete Guide to Local SEO for Multiple Locations. There are many ways to optimize your website for local search so you can be found for multiple locations, like optimizing your website for “near me” search queries. Learn more local SEO tips by clicking above.
Automakers Rethink How To Build Interiors. As the world begins to adjust to a “new normal” in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, automakers are beginning to rethink the way they design passenger cars and their interiors. Click above to learn about new anti-viral surface coverings, sanitizing lights, and more customized mobility solutions.
9 Productivity Tips to Save Time Content Marketing. By planning, creating, and distributing your content more productively, you can shave off multiple hours per week designing your content marketing strategy. Click the photo to learn more time-saving content marketing tips.
All-electric Ford F-150 pickup truck coming within 24 months, exec says. Sporting a new, all-electric framework that can update the pickup’s systems wirelessly, the Ford F-150 electric truck is expected to make its U.S. debut within the next two years. Get a sneak peak of the truck by clicking the photo.