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L2Tidings 9-16-2022

on September 16, 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 DOT’s $900 million investment in EV charging infrastructure, Google Maps removing altered reviews, and the 2024 Ford Mustang.

DC Fast EV charger at night.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced the first 35 states to receive a combined $900 million in funding for EV charging and infrastructure. Texas, California, and Florida will receive the most funding at the start of the planned $5 billion investment nationwide. Click the DC fast charger to read more.
Man giving 1 star review on a tablet.
Google now prohibits business owners from incentivizing users to remove or modify negative reviews. Such attempts will be classified as “fake engagement,” and the altered reviews will be removed. Click the one-star review to read more.
Blue 2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse.
Ford unveiled the racetrack-ready 2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse. The Dark Horse features a redesigned V-8 engine that can produce up to 500hp and optional carbon-fiber wheels. Click the Ford Mustang Dark Horse to read more.
Man looks at Google Search Consule on his laptop.
Google added HTTPS reporting to Search Console. This new report will help webmasters identify unsecured indexed pages and list issues preventing pages from being served as HTTPS. Click Google Search Console to read more.
Sparks fly from a factory machine.
GM announced a $491 million reinvestment in its Marion metal-stamping factory. The investment aims to boost the production of steel and aluminum parts for future products – including EVs. Click the factory to read more.
Scrabble tiles spelling out "keywords."
Should SEOs target 0 search-volume keywords? The answer may seem like an obvious “no,” but experts at Google say it depends on your strategy. Click the Scrabble tiles to read more.
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L2Tidings 9-16-2022