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L2Tidings 8-27-2021

on August 27, 2021

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 the upcoming Acura Integra Type S, how Instagram presents search results, and Google’s page title update.

How Instagram Ranks Search Results. In addition to presenting search results based on user input, Instagram’s algorithm also ranks results using information taken from accounts, hashtags, and locations. Click the photo to discover Instagram’s order of importance for ranking signals.

Volkswagen launches Car-Net® Carrier of Choice relationship with Verizon™ and T-Mobile®. Volkswagen will be the first automaker to partner with both Verizon™ and T-Mobile® to offer customers the flexibility of choosing a wireless provider when adding in-vehicle Wi-Fi. Learn more about Car-Net Hotspot by clicking the photo.

Why It’s A Good Thing That SEO Is Hard. It’s no secret that the intricacies of SEO often elude most marketers, but because it generates higher quality search results and overall better user experiences, its benefits far outweigh its setbacks. Click above to discover how you can use SEO to your advantage.

SCOOP: Acura Integra Type S Is Coming. Coming off a 15-year hiatus, the Acura Integra is making its way back to dealerships in the next two years, boasting a more aerodynamic body style and enhanced power and handling. Get the full scoop on this resurrected model by clicking above.

Google Confirms Update to Generating Web Page Titles. Last week, Google introduced a new system for generating user-friendly titles for web pages, which is designed to describe what a page is about by analyzing <H1> tags. Click the photo to learn which elements cause a title tag to be changed by Google.

Ford F-150 Lightning Production to Double Thanks to Strong Demand. Recent reports indicate that Ford is preparing to double production of the Ford F-150 Lightning, based on an influx of pre-orders after the truck’s reveal in May 2021. Discover how many Ford F-150 Lightning models will be built for the 2022 model year by clicking the photo.

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L2Tidings 8-27-2021