Have you recently created a Google 360 Tour to increase viewer engagement, up your ranking on Google, and bolster your SEO efforts to new heights?
But did you know that there’s a whole other world of insider tools you can use to increase your Google 360 Tours efficiency, provide your viewers with even more information, and sell your products and services without having to lift a finger?
Sounds like an even better idea, right?
In the remainder of this blog, we’ll be diving into how OpticTour Interactive can turn your Google 360 Tour into a money-making machine — but if you’re interested in learning more about the power of Google 360 Tours themselves, you can head to this article on our blog!
OpticTour Interactive: What is It?
Through the power of OpticTour Interactive, we can greatly enhance your customer experience.
A concentrate of state-of-the-art technology, the innovation OpticTour Interactive offers is a unique and continuous evolution. It is a responsive extension of your Google 360 Tours that fits the smartest devices in an automatic way, and is structured for being compatible with every operating system available (including their mobile versions.)
The graphic and technological appearance of OpticTour Interactive is determined by various plug-ins which can be selected and associated to make your tour more engaging and successful.
OpticTour Interactive is in continuous development, upgraded every day with new and lucrative tools. Through a simple and intuitive model, we can configure your virtual tour through a handy panel, customize particular elements, and animate panoramas with exclusive detail.
Want to see it in action? You can head to this link to see the power of OpticTour Interactive right before your eyes.
Through OpticTour Interactive, We Provide Your Business With:
OpticTour Interactive is a responsive platform that fits the smartest devices in an automatic way.
Advanced navigation to display the best areas of your business in a single click.
Analytics that provide specific data on your tour’s visualization. This will allow you to monitor every kind of user interaction in real time, measure their actions, and evaluate their interest in each product or service presented within the tour.
Areas of Interest
Boundary (re: “smart”) hotspots that display your information whenever a visitor is looking at a specific area and requires no user interaction. This provides a seamless exploration experience for all your visitors.
By implementing a form, your users can request specific information about individual products. Doing so will create a database of potential customers, which provides your business with an effective lead-generation tool.
Active Rotation puts a permanent spin on your tour when it is not being interacted with. This allows for your visitors to immediately realize your virtual tour is so much more than a single still image, making it appear more dynamic and realistic by creating a powerful visual impact.
Thanks to the share-button feature, OpticTour Interactive allows your visitors to share content relating to particular zones of your tour as well as points of interest and information on products and services. With HTML code, you can also publish your tour to Facebook, blog, or other relevant platforms in just a single click.
Let’s Stay in Touch!
Thanks so much for taking the time to read our blog! We know you might have tons of questions about OpticTour Interactive, how to create a Google 360 Tour, or how to all tie this into your other efforts to create an effective digital marketing plan that works specifically for you.
Our team at OpticTour is more than willing to lend our skills and expertise to guide you through to the other end — or put you in contact with the right people so you get the help you need the most.
Whatever the case, we’ll be waiting to hear from you at this contact form.
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