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 Jeep’s new fold-and-flex sunroof, how website overhauls affect search rankings, and Volkswagen’s electric charging initiative.
When Revamping a Site Can Negatively Impact Rankings. Whether you’re changing your website’s structure or updating meta descriptions, it’s important to preserve your URLs, layout, and content so Google doesn’t have to start over and re-index your website. Click the photo to learn how you can preserve your website during an overhaul.
We’re About To Have Way More Places To Charge EVs. In a recent press conference, Volkswagen announced that by the end of 2025, the number of public and personal electric charging stations in the United States will double, bringing their electric network to 49 states and the District of Columbia. Find out how many electric charging stations will open in the U.S. by clicking the photo.
SEO: Think Quality, Not Rankings. Search engines like Google are always looking for the best answers to people’s search queries, which is why it’s so important to put time and effort into producing effective, relevant content as often as possible. Click above to learn what qualifies as high-quality content.
Mercedes-Benz Sets End Date For Combustion Engines. Internal combustion engines are living on borrowed time for Mercedes-Benz, which plans on eradicating combustion engines by the end of the decade and making the switch to electric-only vehicles. Find out when the first Mercedes-Benz electric vehicle may make its debut by clicking above.
Google Trends as an SEO Tool. Creating authentic, quality blog content is a great way to resonate with your target audience and improve your website’s SEO, and using idea generation tools like Google Trends will help you track your target audience’s interest in certain topics over time. Click the photo to learn how Google Trends can help you understand keyword popularity and search volume.
Jeep Introduces Folding Flip Roof For Wrangler And Gladiator. Available for Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Gladiator hardtop models, the Sunrider Flip Top is a front-row foldable soft-top made of ultra-premium black twill fabric that allows you to experience the open-air scents and sights of the outdoors. Check out the Sunrider Flip Top in action by clicking the photo.