In this week’s video, we talk about how to “The 5 Best Ways To Get Ready For Voice Search”.
If you don’t know what voice search is. It’s the small little devices that will probably seel in the millions this Christmas.
The likes of Google Home, Amazon Echo etc are small little devices like a speaker that you can give voice commands and call upon to search like you would from your browser.
The only difference is, you’re using your voice instead of a keyboard.
Hey and welcome to this week’s “Small Business Marketing Tips Friday”
In this week’s video we’re gonna talk about the “5 Best Ways To Get Ready For Voice Search.”
So first off, we’re gonna talk about the 5 W’s.
So what are those?
They’re the “who”, the “what”, the “when”, the “where” and the “why”.
Make sure you include these in your content writing.
Make sure target “Long Tail Keywords“.
These are the specific search phrases that people put into Google.
20% of mobile searches are now voiced based according to Google, so make sure website is mobile friendly.
Ask yourself, what questions your content is answering at the moment?
If you’re not sure, check the question and answer websites and when you’re writing your content make sure each question has its own header.
Lastly use “Micro Data” in your content.
Add micro data like……..location, phone number, pricing, menus and operating hours.
This was crucial for search before Now it’s VITAL!
I really hope this helps you get ready for voice search.
So that’s it for this week and I’ll see ya next week.
Des is a full-time online marketer who sells information products and a membership program. He tests and studies what does and doesn't work and then shares his findings on this website. He takes you behind the scenes of how he runs his business to help you market yours.
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