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L2Tidings 9-25-2020

on September 25, 2020

It’s time again for L2Tidings, the part of the week where we review everything our automotive digital marketing specialists have been reading. This week, we read about Facebook’s new policy on text in ad images, how reputation management can make or break your business, and the new Hyundai Ioniq’s self-sufficient interior.

Your all-access guide to improving your Google search visibility. Maintaining a high-ranking presence on Google can be challenging, but by employing tactics like updating your Google My Business service offerings and utilizing Google Ads, you can ensure your business stays on top. Click the photo to learn common local marketing tactics designed to help you rank.

First-Ever Electric Rolls-Royce Gets Retro-Inspired Name. Featuring a new exterior and interior design, the all-electric Rolls-Royce Ghost will feature a twin-turbocharged 6.75-liter V12 engine that will be almost silent upon ignition. Get a closer look at this futuristic model by clicking the photo.

Facebook Removes the 20% Text Limit on Ad Images. Facebook’s long-standing rule preventing ad images from being more than 20% text has officially disappeared, instead advertising the rule as a “best practice” tactic. Click above to read Facebook’s official disclaimer about ad image text.

All 2021 Jeep Purchases Now Get Three Years of Free Maintenance. As part of its 80th anniversary celebration, Jeep is officially adding three years of free service and maintenance to all of its 2021 models. Click above to see how else Jeep is celebrating its milestone anniversary.

The rise of reputation experience management. Consumers make decisions based on how they perceive a business in Google search results, which is why it’s important that businesses consider the relationship between marketing and customer experience, especially online. Learn how you can properly account for reviews and ratings by clicking the photo.

Hyundai and LG imagine an Ioniq interior that serves drinks and cleans itself. As space-saving electric powertrains becoming more common, automakers like Hyundai are rethinking the way they’re designing car interiors, making them much more spacious, airy, and intuitive. Click the photo to get a sneak peek of what the interior of the Hyundai Ioniq may look like.

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L2Tidings 9-25-2020