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Tourism Businesses Need to Get On Board the Voice Search Revolution
By : ScottAsia Communications   |   Posted : September 26, 2017
Tourism Businesses Need to Get On Board the Voice Search Revolution
Optimise your digital presence online for the new conversational age. Voice search algorithms will do the rest for you.

The travel industry in Asia Pacific should prepare itself to maximise business from voice searches online.

Simply optimise your digital online presence by building reputation, trust, authority and relevance and the voice recognition algorithms of Google, Apple, Amazon and others will do the rest for you – mostly.

That was the recommendation by Bronwyn White, tourism strategist and co-founder of She was addressing an audience of tourism marketers at the Tourism Marketing Rockstar Convention, which took place in Sydney, 14 September.

White told the audience that voice search and chatbots were the latest digital marketing outcomes of the artificial intelligence revolution currently transforming the travel industry by stealth.

Apple Siri, Google Now, Windows Cortana and Amazon Alexa are the leading voice activated chatbots helping consumers search without typing. They all use artificial intelligence algorithms to drive voice search. They also tap into user preferences, geographical location, and previous search history.

White told the audience that nearly 60% of searches from mobile devices are now voice searches. Google reports that 55% of teens and 40% of adults use voice search daily on Google.

Not surprisingly, research shows that people are more comfortable using voice search at home or in the office, not in public transportation, the gym or a public restroom. However, young people under 24 are more comfortable using voice search in pubic places.

“It’s a foretaste of things to come,” said White. “We’re still at the start of the revolution.”

White recommended that destinations, theme parks, hotels and restaurants etc should tailor online content to satisfy FAQs by voice, which, unsurprisingly, tends to be more conversational than written search. For example, rather than type “weather Khao Lak” we might now ask “What is the weather going to be like in Khao Lak when I arrive next week?” (it is likely Google will already know something of your plans).

She told the audience that there were five ways tourism businesses should adapt their marketing:

• Optimise location data
• Fill out all relevant business categories for Google My Business (make it as complete as possible)
• Cultivate reviews (search engines and therefore digital voice assistants love them)
• Ensure your branding is focused (don’t try to be all things to all people)
• Publish great content and develop it with voice in mind

But it’s important not to panic. “To a great extent, if tourism businesses are optimised for mobile typed search, Google will deliver accurate search results via voice too – at least in the short term,” said White.


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