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L2Tidings 9-02-2022

on September 2, 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 the last-call 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee, how Instagram is giving users more control of their feed, and the stateside debut of the 2023 Honda Civic Type R.

Purple 2023 Dodge Charger Super Bee.
Dodge unveiled the 2023 Dodge Charger Superbee, the second of seven “last-call” models. The Superbee offers both design and performance features that embrace Dodge’s street-racing history. Click the Charger Superbee to read more.
Neon green sign that says "super helpful."
Google says that the helpful content update is still being refined. SEOs were underwhelmed by the actual impact of the update, but Google claims it could take two weeks to take full effect. Click the sign to read more.
The 2023 Honda Civic Type R will be sold in the United States. Americans were previously banned from purchasing the Type R, but the 2023 version will be Honda’s most powerful model sold in the US. Click the Honda engine to read more.
Render of the Google Ads logo.
Google experienced another outage this week impacting its Ads API. The outage, which has since been resolved, made the API inaccessible to some publishers. Click the Google Ads logo to read more.
Electric city passing through a Mercedes-Benz's windshield.
The potential tech features of self-driving cars. As vehicles become increasingly autonomous, several automakers and startups are testing technologies that can provide a more entertaining – or even lifesaving – driving experience. Click the Mercedes-Benz to read more.
Hands and phone of a woman scrolling through Instagram.
Instagram is testing two new ways for users to control their feed. These new methods would give users the option to mark content they don’t find interesting or filter out specific keywords and emojis. Click the Instagram feed to read more.
L2Tidings 9-02-2022

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