How Voice Search Helps
The Future of SEO Starts with your voice
Voice search, is here to stay and has hit the mainstream in an astronomical way. And in 2017, Google showed that voice search is clearly on Google’s mind with their 10 big announcements at I/0 2017, four of them involved Home and Google Assistant. Clearly showing that SEO as we know it is heading more and more towards voice search, simply to ensure that customers can find what they are in need of faster and easier. Then there is Alexa, which is taking over household after household giving people a quick and easy way to schedule in meetings, order products online and play music when you just want to relax at the end of a long working day.
So, as you can see voice search should be a rather large part of your SEO plan currently, so how do you optimise for it? Well, At it’s core, optimising for voice search is similar to the SEO of yesteryear. And here at Answer Engine Optimisation, we can work closely with your business in order to adopt the perfect strategy to optimise your business' website in order to thrive in this new, more question oriented digital world.
Voice Search Assistants of Note
The Google Assistant is an A.I available on almost all android powered devices as well as with third-party integration making it available on other devices, but what is the Google Assistant? What makes it special? Read on.
Amazon Alexa is a virtual assistant developed by Amazon in the same vein as Siri and Cortana, but who or What is Alexa? Alexa is always listening, and as another newly developed and emerging Answer Engine Alexa is designed to compete with Google Now, Siri and Cortana. Read on.
Cortana is the virtual assistant created by Microsoft for Windows 10, Windows Mobile and all of Microsoft's integrated hardware such as the Xbox One. What is Cortana? It is an Answer Engine like Siri or Alexa which can set reminders, recognise a voice, answer questions and search the internet. Read on.
Siri is the virtual assistant integrated into Apple's hardware most notably the iOS and macOS series of systems, but What is Siri? As another Answer Engine, Siri uses voice queries and a user interface to answer questions that are asked of it, make recommendations, perform actions and delegate requests to internet services. Read on.