How To Prepare Your Business for a Virtual Tour
Our team wants to set you up for success. Working as efficiently as possible requires good prep work. It's our goal to minimize as much work as possible for you in the process, so we've gathered our best tips, tricks, and requirements to prepare your business for a Google virtual tour.
How to Add A Google Virtual Tour to Your Website
Your Google Virtual Tour can be added to your website using tools already available in Google Maps on a desktop computer. Using Google Maps you can create an iframe that can be easily embedded into your website. Follow the instructions below to embed your virtual tour on your website.
Add A Virtual Tour To The Front Page Of Google
Posting on Google is a new way to share relevant, fresh content with the people who are searching for you. Use images, videos and even animated GIFs to engage your audience, and add inline links to drive traffic to specific content. This enhanced format allows searchers to hear directly from the primary source — you — and complements existing results from across the web.
How To Post A 360° Photo On Facebook
Posting a 360° photo on Facebook is a unique way to transport customers into your business or encourage interaction with your products and services. Advanced Online Insights sends our clients dozens, sometimes hundreds, of 360° photos with every completed Google Virtual Tour. With this update from Facebook, you can share 360° photos with your customers and larger market! This special type of post also allows you to center the starting view on the most relevant part of the 360° photo you are sharing and leaves a more lasting impression.
How to Add or fix a road on google maps
Google Maps is the most popular map and directions app. It is trusted for its updated roads, helpful filters, and reliable data. If your business or home isn't on Google Maps, you understand the challenges this can present. Out of date or missing roads cause problems for deliveries, emergency vehicles, directions, navigation, and much more. But don't worry: we have good news! You have several options for getting your roads added or fixed on Google Maps.