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L2Tidings 7-29-2022

on July 29, 2022

It’s time again for L2Tidings, where we see what our automotive and digital marketing experts have been reading. This week, we read about Alphabet’s lowest quarterly revenue growth since the pandemic amid fear of recession, the first-look at the luxury EV Cadillac Celestiq, and Ford’s experimentation with robotic EV chargers for differently-abled drivers.

Google’s parent company Alphabet reported it’s slowest quarterly growth in two years. Advertisers have been decreasing their spending amid growing fears of an economic recession. Click the Google logo to learn more.
GM gave the public its first look at the 2024 Cadillac Celestiq. The hand-built luxury EV will go into ultra-low production in late 2023. Click the Celestiq to learn more.
Google delays the depreciation of third-party cookies another year. The search engine is still testing out third party cookie’s less intrusive replacement for targeted advertising. Click the cookie to learn more.
Sen. Joe Manchin has agreed to include expanded tax credits and funding for EV manufacturers in a modified climate bill. The bill, if it becomes law, would introduce new tax credits and a two-tier cap arrangement. Click on the GMC factory to learn more.
Google has officially updated its search quality raters guidelines. The 167 page guidelines do not directly impact rankings, but do affect the algorithms. Click the diagram to learn more.
Ford is testing out robot EV chargers to help disabled drivers at charging stations. The goal is to provide drivers with an autonomous charging experience. Click the charging Ford to learn more.
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L2Tidings 7-29-2022