When the most popular sport on Earth holds its most popular event, the largest organizations in the world look for a piece of the action. Many brands had successful World Cup campaigns, but with a voice assistant such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, there is no doubt they could have realized even greater success.
Brands are often categorized by the markets they appeal to and the purposes they serve for their customers–whether regular consumers or other businesses that rely on certain goods or services. Let's have a look at the different types of brands and how voice assistants and voice technology, like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, can make an impact.
Can voice assistants help make Professional Coaches more effective? Can voice assistants help produce better athletes? Let's find out...
Voice assistants, like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, offer Coaches the ability to amplify their teachings, and their success, at scale automatically and still make it personal.
Blink and you’ll miss it. The usage of voice assistants has reached the fine line between utility and ubiquity. With over 3.5 billion users worldwide, half the world population, speaking to their smart phones, smart speakers, appliances, personal electronics, and automobiles every month - the only question you should be asking yourself as it relates to your brand is “How do I get them to listen to us?”
Despite their fast-growing popularity, the realm of voice assistants and voice-enabled technology has gone largely untapped for many brands who struggle to create a presence for any of its 3.25 billion users. Starting with the content is key to successfully bringing a new voice experience to your customers and fans.
With the amount of artificial intelligence (AI) powered platforms, applications, and assistants available, it’s easy to confuse even some of the most common pieces of technology we interact with on a daily basis. Here's a value primer on Voice Assistants vs Chatbots.
In a matter of years, voice assistants have been adopted by users on a massive scale, occupying the homes and servicing the smartphones of millions around the globe. This kind of exposure is any advertisers’ dream, given its unique capacity for customer engagement. Read on for our top three benefits in utilizing virtual assistance to build your customer relationships and brand.
Companies like McDonald’s, Intel, and Disney have been using sonic branding to propel their businesses to success for many years, but with the explosion of access to voice-based, audio-first consumer devices, sonic branding is now a must-have consumer engagement strategy.
The objective of any voice experience should be to connect with as many consumers as possible and making it easier for consumers to connect with you. The ability to launch your voice experience in multiple languages can greatly increase the accessibility of your voice experience.