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Webinar: How will voice and digital assistant searches impact your Global content and SEO Strategy?

Webinar: How will voice and digital assistant searches impact your Global content and SEO Strategy?

The rapid raise of voice search and digital assistants with Amazon Echo, Google Home, Siri, Cortana and now Apple, are changing the way people search for information to find brands. By 2021 more than 4bn mobile assistants will be used globally - Juniper Research prediction. “28% of people think voice search is a more accurate way of searching” – Katherine Watier. Google voice search queries in 2016 were up 35x over 2008 - Google trends

Voice search will account for 50% of all searches by 2020 - ComScore

How people interact with digital assistants and carry out voice search queries can be very different to how they carry out text searches online, and it significantly differs across culture, country and language.

People are adapting to new technologies faster than ever before, voice search on smart phones and ‘no interface’ personal digital assisted searches with Alexa and “ok Google” are fast becoming embedded into people’s daily lives.

When it comes to voice search over text, semantic search coupled with machine learning (ML), people expect very personalised experiences.

With the massive global growth of digital assistance and voice search, speed of adoption of content for personal assistants is critical. Brands need to understand this and adapt their global content strategy for voice search if they want to be visible to digital assistants.

Agenda Topics Include:

1. Understand how voice search and machine learning will impact your content and SEO strategy
2. Discover the trends in consumer behaviour as voice search grows
3. Learn tips on how to integrate voice search in your Global SEO strategy

Speakers Include:

• Aoife McIlraith Director of Global Search and Marketing, Lionbridge
• Brendan Walsh EMEA SEO and SEM Manager, Lionbridge


Date: Thursday 20th July 2017
Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm GMT /  3.00pm - 4.00pm CET

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