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L2Tidings 9-17-2021

on September 17, 2021

Welcome to this week’s edition of L2Tidings, where we take a peek at what our automotive and digital marketing experts have been reading. This week, we read about ways to gain ground on social media, the upcoming Ford Bronco Raptor, and how HTTPS improves website security.

11 Things You Must Know About Google’s 200+ Ranking Factors. As Google constantly updates its algorithm, SEO professionals must adapt and change to maintain adequate search rankings, monitoring essential elements such as Core Web Vitals, title tags, and user behavior. Click the photo to learn which factors contribute most to increased search rankings.

Revealed! 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor Is Happening. Set to be released in late 2022, the Ford Bronco Raptor will be a four-door off-terrain SUV with bright orange exterior paint, a suspension lift kit, and a special luxury package. Get a sneak peek of the Raptor by clicking the photo.

Five Ways To Gain Ground On Social Media In 2021. As we near the end of 2021, it’s important to evaluate and tweak social media strategies before the new year arrives, namely by connecting with your audience and upholding consistent posting schedules. Click above to learn how you can make your social strategy stand out.

The 2022 Genesis GV70’s Radar Will Prevent Child Heatstroke. To help prevent deaths caused by heatstroke in cars, Genesis has revealed a more advanced rear occupant alert feature for the 2022 Genesis GV70, which can detect subtle movements and send audio and text alerts to the driver. Discover how rear occupant alert works by clicking above.

What is HTTPS? A Guide to Secure On-Site Experience for Marketers. Providing a secure website improves user experience and search rankings, and by using a solid and secure HTTPS, you can make sure intermediaries don’t add content to your website without your knowledge. Click the photo to learn why HTTPS matters for overall site security.

Porsche Is One Step Closer To Producing Synthetic Fuel. In an effort to lower global emissions, Porsche has partnered with Siemens Energy to develop a new, carbon-neutral synthetic fuel that will extend the life of the combustion engine. Find out how this synthetic fuel is produced by clicking the photo.

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L2Tidings 9-17-2021