Voice search shopping is forecast to grow to a massive $40+ billion market in the US and UK alone by 2020. Advertisers don’t have much time left to adapt. The only problem is we still don’t have anything in the way of voice ads or the technology needed to make our content rank in voice search – so what does this mean for advertisers?
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