I met Katherine at the Alexa Conference. She just launched VoiceBrew and I felt that is perfect for this newsletter: showcasing new ideas that might not be represented in other publications dedicated to voice is one of our goals. Here’s her summary of what they do:
VoiceBrew is a consumer-facing website and weekly email that helps people get the most out of Alexa. VoiceBrew is brand new and launched on January 1, 2019.
They recently published the VoiceBrew 22
with the 22 best uses for Alexa right now including pro tips like setting up location-based reminders, playing Spotify playlists, creating routines and more.
Make money with Alexa skills
This is latest guide
released by Amazon on how to make the monies. Monetization is a hot topic in smart assistants and conversational technologies and many are trying to crack the code of building products ($) for the latest in digital assistants. This link will get you to the page where you can get the full guide. I particularly talked to several folks at the Alexa Conference that are using a combination of physical and digital payments or a combination of physical and skills services. After all, smart assistants are supposed to enhance and help with our activities.
The Best Voice First Events to Look Forward to in 2019
The conference cycle for voice tech is only getting started. Bespoken published a list
of the ones to look forward to in 2019.
Common messages in voice apps
In your ear
This is what I’m listening or have pending to listen because it interest me or was recommended. Thought it might interest you as well.