HOW MUCH DOES A GOOGLE STREET VIEW BUSINESS TOUR COST?
Cost is determined by the amount of work required to capture and publish the imagery of the space you want to showcase. Some of the factors are size of space, how many spin points to adequately cover and navigate around what you want to show, complexity of pathways, lighting conditions, inside vs outside, people in shots, quality requirements, travel, Google’s guidelines etc etc…
To start somewhere (Shortest-piece-of-string) – the cost of the minimum, basic 3 spin tour within 30klms of Geelong Vic, shot and published as per the Google Street View Trusted program is $328.90.
- Up to 120 hi-res bracketed images from which a selection of 36 are HDR-blended and stitched to create the tour content.
- An up-to 3 spin constellation-navigation system built within Google’s program to emulate real-world pathways and perspectives
- Publishing to Google Search and Maps via an established, claimed and verified Google My Business Listing
- A short-url, a QR code and embed code for website display within an ‘iframe’
- Up to 30klms travel
- Additional spins $50 – $150+ each – depending on quantity, quality required, shooting conditions and if private hosting is needed (off-Google).
- Google My Business Listing – setup, clean-up, fast-track verification, optimisation, monitoring $100 – $350
- Google My Business Listing – ongoing service, monitor & minor edits (4 per year) $250pa
- Tour Overlays – start at $250 setup (custom colour-theme, logo added & up to 20 menu or hot-spot items) plus $250pa for hosting service & minor edits (4 per year).
- Additional work with any of the services above – $90 per hour
We have built tours and overlay systems that have involved 100s of spins, multiple venues and many interactive hot-spots.
The scope for this marketing, sales and educational medium is expanding dramatically due to the growth of mobile, virtual reality and the need to show people where you are & what you do in the quickest possible time.
There’s no better way to do that than let them look around at what they want, when they want to. No hiding behind the time-line and limited framing of a video or static images – 360 x 180 degree images have shown to have a very high trust-level.