• Shahraz Ali

How Companies Can Profit From A Virtual Tour

Updated: Sep 28, 2021

With many aspects of daily life - including businesses - going online, virtual tours are becoming all the rage, and rightfully so.


Under the current (and future) circumstances, virtual tours are one of the top marketing tools - they’re efficient and engaging, and promise awe-striking results in the form of massive profits.


Our virtual tour bundle, which starts at $650, not only provides you with a realistic, 3D tour of your space but also gives you additional features such as high-quality photographs and 360° panoramics, which we also publish to your Google listings.


These help potential clients from around the world to get realistic views of your space/business and encourage them to book reservations with you. Like in this tour:


How Venue Spaces Can Profit From A Virtual Tour


Amongst other businesses and companies, virtual tours really benefit venue spaces. Basically, virtual tours:

  • Help reach event planners across the world

  • Increase retention rates on your company’s website

  • Provide clients with a realistic, interactive, and fun way to view your space

  • Help clients in decision-making with more confidence

  • Provide a higher hand over competitors

  • Massively boost marketing

With the average venue making over $10,000 per event booked, a price of $650 for a one-time tour is a small fraction of the price.


Plus, your virtual tour will likely help you land your next booking a lot sooner. This means it will not only increase revenue by a massive amount but will also almost immediately make up for the cost of the tour.


How Other Companies Can Profit From Virtual Tours


E-commerce stores can increase sales of their products with the help of virtual tours.


For example, if a client is going through a winery, he may show interest in a particular wine by pressing on the concerned ‘hotspot’ in the tour. This will redirect him to the e-commerce store, where he can then purchase wine. As you can see in this winery tour:


The same applies to restaurants, where they can not only showcase their interior but also sell their food products immediately.


Gyms and museums can display what they offer to attract potential customers/visitors, while retail stores can increase sales and revenues.


The “stickiness” of the customer to the website, of course, holds for all companies.


Book Your Virtual Tour Now!


Want to avail all those benefits for your company? Book a virtual tour with us now! For more details, head to our website. Additionally, you can contact us by dropping an email at nancy@virtualtourmaps.com or call us at 707-280-4678.

Be sure to stay updated with our tours by following us on Instagram and YouTube!

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