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What is Street View?

Street View is a series of 360˚ photographs attached to Google Maps. They can be inside or outside your premises. Creating your own indoor Street View enhances your business listing and means that people searching for your business using Google Maps can drag ‘pegman’ onto the map and enter your location as if they were there in person. Listings on Google sometimes say ‘Look Inside’ and Google refers to the panoramas we create as ‘Indoor Street View’.  As a Street View trusted photographer we come to your premises, take photographs and stitch them together, creating a virtual tour. Visitors can see your photos on Google Maps, and we give you a code so that you can embed the tour on your website.

How does Indoor Street View work?

The good news is that you don't have the Street View car driving down the aisles of your shop. All you have to do is schedule a convenient time for your photo shoot - and we do the rest. 

One of our trained photographers will visit and take a number of panoramic photographs of your business. These are then connected, mapped and embedded into Google's servers by our certified mapping engineers. Your tour is then live on the web.

 

How will a tour benefit my business?

See some of our tours.
 

How much does it cost?

You pay only a one-off cost for your Google Street View tour, which is determined by the size of your business. There are no renewal fees.
Pay once - it's yours forever.

 

Are there any extra opportunities?

  • We offer affordable options to have a number of high-quality still images taken of your business. These can be embedded into Google, further enhancing your listing and helping give better search results to your Google My Business page. They can also be used for your own marketing purposes.

  • Add a customised overlay TourDash to your tour to give an easy to navigate menu, pop-up information boxes and giving you valuable statistics.

Let’s Talk About Your Google Virtual Tour

We look forward to answering any questions you may have, whether by e-mail, phone or even coming down to your business in person