Clementine has a strong interest in technical SEO, and strongly believes that laying a good technical foundation is the first step to improving search engine visibility. Also a Content Writer at 4mation, she helps websites set the right tone of voice while showcasing their expertise.
A few weeks ago, 4mation hosted a panel discussion, featuring Nima Vadiee, Head of Solutions Architecture, Asia Pacific from the Amazon Alexa Skills team. The event explored a lot of different ideas on how brands will be able to leverage voice to build better personal connections with their customers.
Over recent months, we’ve published
Voice assistants have made their way into our lives, as more and more people use voice-activated technology at home and on the go.
Sadly, the wider variety of user backgrounds also means that the technology is less accessible to some of them. Voice recognition technology is unable to understand certain accents. From Scots &
Voice searches have skyrocketed over the past couple of years and are now making up 20% of all searches. This is due to the increase in mobile phone usage that brought a change in behaviour, along with the appearance of home assistants and other smart appliances. However, most of these voice searches are carriedRead More
As voice search is starting to take over from traditional search engine queries, online businesses are competing for opportunities in voice. Consumers are using voice more and more to ask questions, perform actions, get directions to places and buy goods online – all using keywords that are specific to voice search.Read More
Google is still the most used search engine in the world (79%), followed by Bing (5.33%). By forming strategic alliances with companies like Amazon (Alexa), Bing is attempting to catch up and close the market share gap. But from a usability perspective, how do the two engines compare when it comes to voice search?