Yext, Inc., the Search Experience Cloud company, announced its No Wrong Answers integrated marketing campaign to help more organizations across industries supercharge their websites with Yext Answers and provide consumers with official answers to their questions. The advertising campaign, which will run on connected TV, digital, social channels, and podcasts, is inspired in part by the swell of customer searches that Yext clients have seen on their own websites during the COVID-19 pandemic. The campaign kicks off on April 15th, which Yext has billed as “No Wrong Answers Day.”
As part of the campaign, Yext has also built a custom website, nowronganswers.com, that features the No Wrong Answers Challenge, an interactive quiz-like experience where a business or organization can get a free assessment of how well their website answers the most popular questions people ask about them. A participant simply enters their company or organization’s name and URL, and they are presented with the top 10 questions being asked about their brand online, followed by screenshots of how their website answers — or doesn’t answer — those questions. The participant then grades those answers as either “correct” or “wrong,” which generates a score and an overview of their website’s performance by Yext.
Businesses and organizations can also request a free 90-day trial of Yext’s site search product, Yext Answers, to integrate a powerful search engine into their website that uses Natural Language Processing (NLP) to understand complex questions. When people enter a question into the Answers bar, which features the Yext Official Answers seal, they can be confident they are receiving an official answer.
“No Wrong Answers is more than a campaign — it’s a battle cry,” said Howard Lerman, Founder, and CEO of Yext. “People ask businesses and organizations millions of questions every day, yet more often than not they get back outdated or incorrect information — or worse, no answer at all. With so much misinformation circulating online, it’s never been more important for businesses and organizations to ensure they are the ultimate source of truth.”