Hey SirI: Send a text message, Set an alarm. Play music. Find my car in a crowded parking lot. Modern consumers use Siri to make their lives easier, every day. Good news for you: Siri provides a new opportunity for slipping seamless advertising in front of your customers.
Voice advertising works similarly to paid advertising on search engines like Google and Yahoo. When a consumer searches via voice on their mobile device, advertisers have the opportunity to prioritize their business in the search results—or even assign virtual assistants to recommend their business back to the consumer.
Even if your online presence isn’t massive, intelligent bots like Apple Siri can still offer some intense advertising benefits. Long gone are the days of scrounging for new customers in a sea of semi-qualified leads. We’ll teach you learn how to use Siri to influence consumers and pull them to your products and services.
MV3 Marketing can handle all aspects of AI Advertising, like revitalizing your SEO keywords or copy, optimizing your social media, amplifying online customer reviews and more. We are experts at sliding your company’s name into questions like “Hey Siri, find a coffee shop nearby” or “Hey Siri, where do I take my car for an oil change?”
Each interaction only increases the likelihood that Siri will recommend your business to a consumer—and thus prove a successful advertising partner.
At MV3 Marketing, we build your online presence to work seamlessly into a conversational environment. We help businesses get ahead of the curve by using keywords and phrases that people would naturally say in conversation, rather than type. Our ad campaigns work seamlessly with Siri and other mobile virtual assistants to prioritize your business over your competitors.
Our AI Advertising programs assure that your software and back-end systems are optimized to work flawlessly with Siri’s interface. We understand the ins and outs of voice commands. As a result, our robust AI Advertising programs transform your curious consumers into loyal customers—minus the frustration of ineffective advertising.