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If one thing is certain in life, it is the fact that restaurants will always want to appear top for questions such as restaurants near me, but how do you do this?  Find out now. -

Il primo step di una voice strategy?  Pensa alla VUI (interfaccia vocale) come alla persona più importante in azienda: di fatto si tratta dell'ambasciatore del brand.

The rise of voice search significantly changes how people interact with search engines and how businesses optimize for search. Here's how you can plan for it

Restaurants will always want to appear at the top of Google, but the question is are you appearing for the right answer.  Or more accurately, the location, if not ask us we can help. -

When it comes to answering questions as a restaurant, you want to make sure you are location optimised as well, why?  Simple, you want to appear for your location otherwise what is the point. -

STOP Using Comscore's 2020 Voice Search Statistic (It Never Existed!) - Brodie Clark Consulting by

Location optimisation is crucial for all restaurants even before becoming AEO, why?  Easy, how do you expect to be able to appear for the customers question if you don't even appear in your location. -

Why do you need to be location optimised before becoming AEO?  Simple, there is no point optimising for the question if you don't even appear for the location. -

Between 20% and 25% of all queries are actually searches. And about 20% of adults use mobile devices for voice searches at least once per month. Read more at

Comscore predicts that half of all online searches will be made through voice by 2020, suggesting an enormous rise in voice search. Find out more about the effects that Voice Search could have on your business: .

Quello che definiamo "voice commerce" non si colloca necessariamente nell'ultimo miglio del percorso d'acquisto, ma può avere un ruolo molto importante nella fase decisionale del cliente che la influenza.

Digital Marketing Trends for 2020 that you can't ignore Voice Search is estimated that in 2020, 70% of all searches will be voice searches.

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Like ‘SEO’, Voice Engine Optimization or VEO is optimizing your content to make it rank as the primary answer in a voice search. Voice Search refers to the verbal searches made with the help of a smart voice-enabled device like Amazon’s Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana or Bixby

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Google TV gets voice search and a quick guide to make content discovery easier than ever


Thought Google TV emptied its bag of tricks with that nifty new YouTube feature that lets folks shoot videos from their phones to their Googlefied TVs with a single tap? Think again, friend. GTV’s far from a one-click pony, and today the platform’s getting voice search and a new quick guide to make finding your favorite shows, movies and videos a more painless experience.

Voice search allows users to now access channels and apps by simply speaking their names into either a Magic Remote or Android phone with the GTV remote app – it’s rolling out to folks with LG Google TVs this week, while other GTV hardware should get the update in the coming months. Searching by show titles and movie genres is supported, and it returns results from YouTube, live TV, Netflix and more. Plus, the system can also answer natural language queries with results from the web, too.%Gallery-170870%

In addition to voice search, GTV has renamed its TV & Movies application and added a quick guide version of the app to let folks find other video content without having to navigate away from what they’re watching. Called PrimeTime, the quick guide is a less obtrusive means for finding shows, videos and movies. It still uses the suggestion engine to make recommendations based upon viewing habits, and, of course, the full PrimeTime app experience is still available. We got to chat with Google TV’s Director of Product Management, Rishi Chandra, about the updates, so join us after the break to hear what he had to say.

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Sony's Google TV box gets a refresh, NSZ-GS8 adds voice search ready remote


Sony has just announced a new Google TV set-top box, the NSZ-GS8. Apparently replacing last year’s NSZ-GS7 that lead the charge of second generation ARM-powered Google TV hardware, this one appears to be quite similar. As seen in the picture above (check after the break to see the old remote for comparison) it adds a microphone this time around, necessary to enable the voice search features added to the Google TV platform last fall. We’re not seeing any other changes, but we’ll let you know if we hear of any differences. In lieu of actual new devices, Google TV fans can at least take heart that Sony is continuing development on the platform – good to hear after the NSZ-GP9 Blu-ray player that was also announced last year ended up being cancelled prior to its release. Like its predecessor, the NSZ-GS8 carries a sticker price of $199 and should reach stores by early July.

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How to impress your friends: 40+ voice searches on Jelly Bean (by JLishere)

CoolTool#78: Dragon Go!

What It Is: Perform eerily accurate voice searches with iOS app Dragon Go!.

What Makes It Special: Tabbed search results inculde Google, Wikipedia, images, and more.

Why You Should Use It: Kills the interruption of a full browser search during class or meetings.

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