Welcome to this week’s edition of L2Tidings, where we see what our automotive and digital marketing experts have been reading. This week, we read about how to use Google Analytics to brainstorm content ideas, Ford’s new autonomous trailer hitching system, and whether or not an SEO audit improves website accessibility.
Why Does Google Replace Page Titles? After refining its system for generating page titles, Google recently explained this initiative as being a way to modify a title to more accurately reflect the content on a page. Click the photo to learn how this new initiative will create a better search experience for users.
New York Banning Sale Of Gas-Engined Cars By 2035. This week, Governor Kathy Hochul signed a piece of legislation that will ban the ability to purchase or lease gas-powered vehicles in New York after 2035. Learn more about New York’s projected zero-emissions policy by clicking the photo.
How to Generate Blog Ideas Using Analytics Report. By analyzing specific trends and keywords reported in Google Analytics, you can easily understand the search interests and needs of different users, which you can use as content ideas for your blog. Click above to learn how you can use Google Analytics to brainstorm data-driven content ideas.
Honda will use Google’s embedded Android Automotive in its cars starting in 2022. Honda will soon begin rolling out vehicles with Google’s embedded Android Automotive OS, which includes Google’s voice-activated Assistant, Google Maps, and other automotive-approved Android apps as the default infotainment platform. Discover how Android Automotive differs from Android Auto™ by clicking above.
Does an SEO Audit Improve Website Rankings? By conducting a thorough investigation of your website to assess its accessibility to users, you can make sure your site is optimized enough to drive organic visitors and potential customers to your business. Click the photo to learn how you can perform a successful SEO audit on your site.
Ford Develops Autonomous Trailer Hitching For Future F-150s. To simplify the process of hitching trailers to trucks, Ford is developing a new system called Pro Trailer Backup Assist, which autonomously aligns a vehicle with a trailer to make maneuvering easier. Learn how Pro Trailer Backup Assist works by clicking the photo.