Hi. Are you looking for a new way to market your business in 2020, and on?
With Autumn just round the corner for traders a 360 degree Virtual Tour added to your website and Google My Business page may be just the thing to spark additional interest, visits, purchases or bookings. Link your Google tour to your business Facebook page, share it with customers on email, Twitter and other marketing campaigns. The next time someone Googles your business, they will see stunning images that lets them explore the inside of your premises.
It’s a great marketing tool with endless marketing applications.
Desktop, tablet and mobile friendly tours
With ‘Street View | Trusted’ you can invite everyone into your premises using the well established Google Street View technology. You can embed the tour on your own web site and let your visitors experience it from there in the same way.
Now with the overlay systems WalkInto when you embed the tour you can let them experience even more than before, layered over the 360 panoramas; show them your most interesting places, highlight items or features of interest and integrate the tour with information services, photographs, video, product ordering, room or table booking systems and so much more. Entice your viewers to come and visit in person!
What do you need to do before a Street View | Trusted shoot?
Setting up a Google+ page is relatively straight forward and free. Your business will be more visible in search results, bringing eye-catching imagery to the otherwise text only search results. By way of example here’s what appears to the right of Friends of Mine’s search results now they’ve had a virtual tour shot by 1st View Panoramas.Getting Ready
Mark Strickland Emery
Mark Strickland Emery of 1st View Panoramas is an award winning independent photographer working under the Google Trusted Photographer program. Based in Bromley, Kent, Mark primarily works in the surrounding areas; South East London and North West Kent but also covers Greater London.