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Build Online Presence with Google Street View
Google Street View has been extended to the inside of businesses for years, formerly known as Google Maps Business View. With this technology, customers can experience the business’s ambience and decor with familiar Street View navigation. These immersive, virtual experiences inspire greater confidence among prospective guests and patrons.
How it works
As the Street View content is integrated with Google Search and Google Maps, people can find your business easily online and experience your location before arriving.
Help Double Interest*
Those who view a listing with a virtual tour are twice as likely to be interested in booking a reservation there. And among 18-34 year-olds in particular, prospects are 130% more likely to book based on a tour.
People Want More*
Among people surveyed, 67% want more business listings to have virtual tours. Of the remainder, 26% were indifferent, and 7% stated that more virtual tours were unnecessary.
Created by Pros
Google Street View virtual tours are created by professionals like us. We produce high-quality imagery with state-of-the-art equipment. Make sure to hire a Google Street View Trusted Photographer to create such a virtual tour for your business.
Google Is #1 For Local Search*
When searching for restaurants and hotels online, 62% of people use Google.
Embedded on Your Website
Businesses can share Google Street View on their own websites easily via the Maps API or by embedding simple HTML code.
Quantitative market research was conducted in July 2015 by an independent market research firm to understand the impact of virtual tours on increasing consumers’ interest in local businesses (specifically in booking a reservation at a hotel or restaurant).
- An online survey was conducted with consumers who had searched online for a restaurant or hotel within the previous 30 days (using any device).
- A total sample of 1201 respondents was collected between July 21st and August 2nd, 2015.
- Different versions of a local business listing (one for a hotel, the other for a restaurant) were created to include basic info, photos and/or a virtual tour (the same media were used to create each version).
- Respondents were asked to view one of the different versions for each business (in a randomized order). Each respondent viewed:
- 1 hotel listing + 1 restaurant listing; and
- 1 listing with a virtual tour + 1 listing without a virtual tour.
- After viewing each listing, respondents were instructed to rate their interest in booking a reservation.
- Ratings for alternate listings (with a tour versus without) were aggregated to understand impact of virtual tours on interest in the featured business.