What are business virtual tours? It’s an opportunity to showcase your business to customers around the world using Google Maps Business Photo. Google’s Street View technology will bring your business to life with a high-quality, 360-degree, interactive tour.
The virtual tour will be visible on Google Search results, Google Maps, and Google+ Local. It will allow someone on the Internet to "virtually" visit your business. They can visit your place on their computer or smartphone, in interactive 3D, and experience your business at the time of the photos. It allows them to walk through the business, zoom in and out, and get a feel for your space and products. Easily embed on your own business website and social media to attract even more potential customers. This virtual tour is an excellent way to promote your business.
MAKE YOUR FIRST IMPRESSION A LASTING IMPRESSION!
Midwest Media Tours specializes in the marketing of real estate, schools, health clubs and businesses in the Midwest! We offer high quality 360° interactive virtual tours. We are also proud to offer Google Business Tours.
We offer still photography in HDR, panoramas, floor plans, virtual tours, custom designed flyers and more property marketing tools. We are dedicated to making your property or business "look great" and gain wide exposure.
You only have one chance to impress future buyers and customers ... make it a good one.
“Professionally photographed homes tend to sell for more money and sell faster than homes listed with point-and-shoot cameras, according to a new study by the real estate brokerage Redfin. In an analysis of 22 markets, the Redfin study evaluated the sales success of homes shot professionally with a digital single-lens reflex camera versus homes shot with amateur, point-and-shoot cameras. The study evaluated homes priced between $200,000 and $1 million. The study also found that homes that were professionally photographed also tended to sell faster. For instance, homes in the $400,000 range that were professionally photographed sold 21 days faster than those photographed with point-and-shoot cameras.”