Beattie, the integrated communications agency, is pulling out all the stops to become a global leader in Voice Search. Voice will revolutionise the way we purchase goods without a keypad or screen and search for information online.
With a fifth of online searches already being conducted by voice and Google advising that this will increase to 50% within two years, brands have to make themselves heard in this digital era.
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In this episode: Order your Virgin Train tickets on Alex, update your Facebook status by voice, voice commands from Argos, Google on how they are improving their voice service and Accor Hotels on how to take voice technology to the next level.
In this episode, Adam and Daniela discuss: Why Amazon isn't worried about lack of voice shoppers, Kayak and the complexities of building their offering as an Alexa Skill, Google's new schema for marking up voice search answers, you can now search the Apple Store App for iOS with your voice, Google assistant gets a kind of Flash Briefing, and which voice service is the smartest in an IQ test.
In this live video episode, Daniela and Adam discuss the new applications of voice assistants and what this means in terms of privacy.
In this episode, Daniela and Adam discuss why it is important that local businesses start to take voice search seriously and how statistics are showing what people want most from their voice devices is local business information.
In this episode, Daniela and Adam discuss how Google Assistant is becoming one of Google’s leading products. A lengthy list of new features and capabilities have been recently announced at Google I/O including new voices, custom routines & Google Maps updates. Have a listen to what’s new and why it’s important in the 7th episode of our voice podcast series.
A look at the Voice Search revolution and how the technology is being shaped by it. In this episode we talk about voice activated bins, voice controlled alarm clock by Braun, voice recognition puppy by Teksta, Whirlpool kitchen appliances, voice activated night lights, iRobot Roomba and Oakley voice activated sunglasses.
A look at the Voice Search revolution and how the future will be shaped by it. In this episode, we talk to Jessica McAndrew, Director of Digital Communications at Beattie, and discuss whether she uses any voice technologies and what they are. We learn what kind of messages Jessica hears from clients about voice, digital agencies, the need for change as voice technologies become more prevalent … and much more.
A topical look at the Voice Search revolution and how brands are making themselves heard in this digital era. In this episode we discuss the following: Alexa is integrated into the new Toyota Corolla, paid search marketers learning how to deal with voice searches, how voice technology affects people with speech impediments, transferring money with voice commands, voice bug making iPhones less secure and Alexa introduces follow-up mode.
A topical look at the Voice Search revolution and how brands are making themselves heard in this digital era. In this episode we discuss purchasing power, Alexa in the boardroom, Google Home’s search algorithm, how Voice Search will bring music to your ears and of course, Alexa’s freaky laugh!
A topical look at the Voice Search era and how devices like Amazon Alexa, Google Home and ApplePod are changing the way people live and brands advertise. This week on the Beattie Voice Podcast will look at BBC and Alexa bedtime stories, Amazon Echo Spot, Apple HomePod, Voice Search - next big thing? And we pick up some questions from listeners.
A topical look at how Google rates Voice Search results and how brands are making themselves heard in this Digital Era. This week we look at Google Voice Search rater guidelines, Checking your bank balance with Siri, Alexa Voice Challenge, Police forces using Alexa, Alexa on Alexa App and Amazon and Google reveal future plans.