Digital Assistants: Reordering Consumer Lives & Redefining Digital Marketing

Today, 500M people use a voice search powered digital assistant. That number is expected to skyrocket to over 1.8B people by 2021. In partnership with Bing, this joint-analysis explores the factors that have given rise to the use of digital assistants and voice-based conversational commerce, and offers marketers advice on what to do now. Key Points: Voice is quickly becoming the search method of choice. Half of all searches will be voice searches by 2020. – comScore, Similar to the mobile revolution, voice-based interaction with digital assistants is ushering in an entirely new set of consumer behavior. By 2020, Gartner predicts 30% of web browsing will be screenless, Could relevance factor be the new “quality score” for marketing to the machine?, Interaction with a digital assistant is not a series of isolated touchpoints – it is an ongoing conversation, The keys to effectively marketing with relevance: customer advocacy, brand loyalty, and conversational commerce, Estimates show the voice market growing from $1.6B in 2015 to $15.8B in 2021. This entirely new channel has immense revenue potential, and Digital assistants are now a critical component in building stronger relationships with consumers.

Publication: 
iProspect
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iProspect
Document Type: 
Research
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