It’s time again for L2Tidings, the part of the week where we review everything our automotive digital marketing specialists have been reading. This week, we read about Car and Driver‘s electric vehicle of the year, how to prepare for Google’s Page Experience update, and the new 2022 BMW 2 Series coupe.
Google Cautions Against Using Too Many Internal Links. While sprinkling internal links throughout a web page is a great way to establish authority, providing too many links may prevent Google from understanding the overall structure of your website. Click the photo to learn how to properly disperse internal links throughout a web page.
Presenting Car and Driver’s 2021 EV of the Year. Out of this year’s lineup of electric cars, trucks, and SUVs, no other model can match the driving dynamics, performance, and convenience of the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E, according to Car and Driver. Learn more about what this electric vehicle has to offer by clicking the photo.
4 Top Priorities in Optimizing for Google’s Page Experience Update. As Google’s new Page Experience update slowly rolls out, it’s important to monitor your website’s loading speed, layout shifts, interactive capabilities, and mobile usability. Click above to discover more ways you can set your website up for success.
2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe Arrives With New Looks And Traditional RWD Dynamics. Sporting a longer wheelbase, more aggressive design details, and a new Thundernight Metallic paint color, the 2022 BMW 2 Series is projected to be a performance champion, thanks to its 382-horsepower engine and rear-wheel drivetrain. Check out the infotainment offerings inside the 2022 BMW 2 Series by clicking above.
Toyota’s Hybrids And Hydrogen Cars Are Selling Like Hotcakes. Since the beginning of 2021, Toyota Motor North America has sold 1,291,879 vehicles, and alternative-energy vehicles have made up almost half of overall sales so far this year. Find out which vehicle was Toyota’s best-selling model in June 2021 by clicking the photo.