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  1. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    Google Voice Search: Voice search sources results primarily from the main Google index and while SEO professionals may feel more pressure to optimize for natural language queries vs.keywords, at this point, it's still not quite semantic, utilizing...

  2. Insights From 7th Graders About Google, Smartphones, Panda, Privacy & Paid Search

    It was so cool listening to your speech. Your speech really inspired me. Yes, your voice can be heard! My presentation covered a number of important topics, including how writing is used across various digital marketing channels, including search...

  3. Research & Thought Leadership: Top 10 Content Creation Ideas

    When you give a speech, presentation, or webinar, you will usually have an accompanying slideshow. Blog posts, whitepapers and case studies of what you have learned add power to your voice while allowing you to assert yourself as an expert in your...

  4. If You Talk to Me, Do I Not Talk Back? Google Acquire Phonetic Arts

    The Official Google Blog just announced Google's acquisition of England's Phonetic Arts, a company specializing in speech algorithms, founded four years ago. Straight from the mouth of the company that put voice search on your smart phone, Google...

  5. Google Rolls Out Maps Navigation, Mobile Voice Search, Improved Gmail Chat, Caffeine

    Remaining in the area of speech, Google has also released an optimized version of its Gmail chat window to allow easier use of video and voice chat over the platform. Some comments on the post though tend to show unsatisfactory speech recognition...

  6. UK Election 2010: Personal Democracy Forum (#pdfge2010) Action Replay

    Her losers speech on YouTube might explain. Joanne Cash's losing speech Also speaking were the senior strategists behind the online campaigns from the three main parties: Hanson, Conservative's Craig Elder, online communities editor at the...

  7. Google Adds Voice Search to iPhone Search Application

    The speech is recorded and sent to Google servers which will try to understand the recording and find the answer via Google's search engine. Google is updating its iPhone search application with a new voice search feature, according to the New York...