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‘Strategies To Optimize My Site For Voice Search’ Webinar June 4 [Webinar]

With increasing number of Internet-connected mobile devices, the future of search lies in voice. By optimizing your  websites for voice search, you can increase your traffic. Affiliate Summit is hosting a webinar ‘Strategies To Optimize My Site For Voice Search’ on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 11.00 am EST. The Affiliate Summit team says, “With voice search predicted to be 50% of all searches for 2020, this webinar is your opportunity to ensure your site is prepared. Here’s a taste of what you’ll learn: Understand voice searches better than ever before by learning... [...]

‘Strategies To Optimize My Site For Voice Search’ Webinar June 4 [Webinar]

With increasing number of Internet-connected mobile devices, the future of search lies in voice. By optimizing your  websites for voice search, you can increase your traffic. Affiliate Summit is hosting a webinar ‘Strategies To Optimize My Site For Voice Search’ on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 11.00 am EST. The Affiliate Summit team says, “With voice search predicted to be 50% of all searches for 2020, this webinar is your opportunity to ensure your site is prepared. Here’s a taste of what you’ll learn: Understand voice searches better than ever before by learning... [...]

Survey reveals decline in voice search usage

Voice search has been expected to bring a lot many opportunities for different sectors in online business as the growth of mobile has been exceptional. The Higher Visibility team has published its findings from the surveys conducted in 2017 and 2018 highlighting the usage of voice search. Some of the catchy findings are: In 2018, 40% people said they don’t use voice search against 28.7% in 2017 During these two years the voice search users who used it at least once per week decreased from 27% to 21%. Talking about the voice search loyalty, Adam Heltzman says, “Still, voice search... [...]

The state of voice post holidays

Voice was assumed to be the next driver of ecommerce but the things do not show the promising situation around. Econsultancy’s Patricio Robles has reported that only two percent of the Amazon Alexa-powered devices have made purchases using voice this holiday season. Robles has also highlighted some other facts about the state of voice and its business impacts. Talking about the state of voice, Robles says, “Beyond the fact that usage of voice-based devices is increasing in percentage terms, one of the best ways to assess the market is to look at how consumers are interacting with... [...]

What will happen to ‘voice’ in 2019?

“Hey Siri,” “Alexa!” and “Okay, Google” which were once some kind of amazement, have become a part of several people’s lives today.  The voice technology has changed the way we access information today. A HubSpot report has analyzed the present use of voice search and has tried to put together some statistics to tell us what is going to happen with it in 2019. On the State of Voice Shopping, Amanda Zantal-Wiener says, “Given that shopping was one of the highest-indicated use cases for voice assistants, we want to drill down into that behavior and... [...]

Everything you need to know about voice search optimization

Voice search has been growing with the rising number of mobile devices. This new technology has presented a new way for the brands to enter the households of the people and monitor their activities and present relevant offers. Econsultancy columnist Rebecca Sentance has shared an article on the future of paid voice search and some ways you can monetize it. Talking about the future of voice search and voice connectivity, Sentance says, “Since the introduction of Apple’s iconic voice assistant, Siri, with the launch of the iPhone 4S in 2011, voice devices have come a long way. While we initially... [...]

Everything you need to know about schema.org markup for voice

Voice search has becoming more and more popular among the Internet users with rising adoption of the mobile devices. It is allowing people to explore things quickly over the Internet. To get your sites listed in the voice search results webmasters have to use a Schema.org, a type of structured data markup that allows the search engines to understand your content. Econsultancy columnist Rebecca Sentance has published a comprehensive introduction to the Schema.org markup. Sentance says, “Schema.org markup also gives your website a much higher chance of appearing as a rich result, such as a... [...]

74% use mobile voice assistants at home [research]

A new research report ‘Prepare for the voice revolution’ by PwC has revealed that  three out of every four consumers (74%) use their mobile voice assistants at home. Due to privacy issue they hesitate to use it outside the home. People in the age group of 18-24-year are adopting voice technology at a faster rate than their older counterparts. The PwC team says, “To successfully capitalize on the technology, organizations need to understand: The strengths and best use cases for voice assistants and enabling devices The accelerators or opportunities for voice to have massive... [...]

Here are some voice search facts

Voice search is going mainstream with rising number of Internet-connected devices. Also the apps are making it easier for the Internet users to access the web with voice. An article published by Yext has revealed some useful facts about the current status of the voice search. It is based on a research commissioned by Yext with 2,000 UK consumers. 70% of the survey respondents said that they are yet to act on the results provided by voice search alone. They are still looking to cross check the information offered up by voice search tools with what they can read on their phones and computers. The... [...]

Voice search predictions you should know

Voice is becoming the new driver of the search nowadays. With rising number of mobile devices this technology has enabled the Internet users to search the web quickly. HubSpot’s Amanda Zantal-Wiener has shared some useful predictions about the adoption of the voice search over the next few years. Wiener says, “We asked 800 internet users across the U.S., UK, and Canada: How do you think searches for information online will change within the next five years? About a third of respondents believe that, while most searches will be done by voice, text searches won’t be completely... [...]