Google's "People also ask" section. Query suggestions directly from the people who use them in voice search. Questions from quora. Quora is a rich, tested source of voice search keyword ideas because its question pages often show up in results. Queries you already know. Maybe you've used them yourself or heard others use them. If you know they work, they belong on your website. When you have your list of voice search keywords, try searching for other queries that are closely related to yours. Here is an example. Let's say you're optimizing the question "Who was the first man on the moon?" so another closely related question might be "When did neil armstrong go to the moon?" since both are directly on the topic of the first moon landing, there's traffic.
To be had for each. Research your queries you find in keyword suggestion. If they have a high search volume, that's a good sign: your site can be found by many users. Is your list fully prepared? Then it's time to take the next step. 2. Optimize your site for voice search with your keywords ready and in place, the next step in the plan is to do the same things as the websites featured in voice search. If they employee email list could do it, so can you! Switch to https. Https websites are known to be more secure than http sites. This may be why they are favored by voice search. Move your site to https if you haven't already. Optimize for zero position. Featured snippets and quick replies appear above organic and even paid search results. This certainly helps them get found: they make up over 40% of all voice.
Search results. Are you motivated to optimize your site for position zero now? I hope so. Voice search often cites featured snippets. Most pages that land in position zero have these things in common:the question the page is optimized for. A short but concise answer – up to 30 words. An ordered or bulleted list. Faq pages tend to fit this description, so snippets of them often show up in voice search. Consider creating one on your site. Optimize for local search. Let's not forget local seo. Most voice queries are local in nature (like “where is the nearest hair salon?”); if you run a business, their website should be optimized for both local and voice search. Here are the best ways to overlap the two: create links from local websites create links from business directories collect positive customer reviews mark up your site with structured data leave quotes with your brand name.