Voice search is new and is not going away. It’s time for businesses to start optimizing their website’s for voice searches so not to be left behind.
The way consumers are searching online for information is changing quickly. Users are using voice search on their smartphones, tablets and voice assistants (like the Amazon Echo, Google Home, and the Apple HomePod) to search for information on the internet.
50% of searches are performed on a non-PC device.
82% of mobile users search for a local business.
50% of mobile visitors who perform a local search will visit a business location within 1 day.
18% of local searches lead to a sale within 24 hours.
What are people searching for with their voice devices?
- Local Business Information
- Fun & Entertainment
- Using As A Personal Assistant
- General Questions & Answers
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