Category Archives: Voice Search

More Than 70% Of Consumers Have Never Used Voice Search To Make A Purchase

More Than 70% Of Consumers Have Never Used Voice Search To Make A Purchase by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, April 23, 2018 People who embrace voice search aren’t using it to shop. Some 71.5% say they have never used voice search to make a purchase. This marks a sharp reversal from findings in a survey conducted … Continue reading More Than 70% Of Consumers Have Never Used Voice Search To Make A Purchase

Riding The Voice Wave

Riding The Voice Wave by Mike Dougherty , Op-Ed Contributor, March 8, 2018 Ever since the dawn of science fiction, people have been fascinated by the idea of talking with computers — think Knight Rider, Star Trek and HAL 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey. With the development of speech technology, VXML and voice applications, … Continue reading Riding The Voice Wave

Voice Search: Why You Need To Listen To Google On This One!

Navneet Kaushal — February 22, 2018 Follow @navneetkaushal — February 22, 2018 A decade ago, voice activated devices were just a figment of some wild scientist’s imagination. But in the world of technology, anything can happen in 10 years. And it did. Voice recognition systems, voice activated devices, and virtual assistants have revolutionized the world. … Continue reading Voice Search: Why You Need To Listen To Google On This One!

What 3,000 voice search queries tell us about the ‘Voice Search Revolution’

Do you think voice search is the next “big thing” digital marketers need to watch for? Contributor Bryson Meunier isn’t so sure and feels there are limited marketing opportunities, based on his research. Bryson Meunier on February 9, 2018   You may have heard a voice search revolution is upon us. It seems a new article pops … Continue reading What 3,000 voice search queries tell us about the ‘Voice Search Revolution’

Voice search: Content may be king, but context is queen in the new voice-first world

Yext VP of Industry Insights Duane Forrester discusses his new e-book, “How Voice Search Changes Everything,” and what marketers can do to adapt and compete. Michelle Robbins on November 16, 2017   In 2016, Google said that 20 percent of all mobile queries were voice searches. Since that time, the number of virtual assistants in … Continue reading Voice search: Content may be king, but context is queen in the new voice-first world