Vocal communication is the easiest and most common form of human interaction, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that people also want to use voice when interacting with technology and their devices.
In fact, half of the users use voice assistants already, and 80% of those people use them in conjunction with their smartphones.
Business owners who want to remain relevant will have to adapt to this new online searches, which is why creating a voice strategy is becoming a top priority for small businesses.
One vital component of any comprehensive website marketing strategy
is optimizing content with the types of keywords that commonly appears in voice searches, including long-tail keywords relevant to you, words like price and best, keywords in both question-commands formats, and keywords that answer the type of questions your customers are posting.
Just, remember that most voice searches are in fact questions, so content should be able to provide concise answers.
Another excellent voice strategy you can use is Google action or an Alexa skill, which can help you reach customers who utilize Alexa or Google home voice assistants.