Google Virtual Tours for North End of Boston MA Businesses
Some North End businesses, like in many other world-class destinations, however, could gain better online visibility with their businesses. Having a Google Virtual tour done for your North End business could help your marketing efforts greatly -- and with very little effort on your part.
VisitingNewEngland recently formed an alliance with the Google contractor responsible for creating Google Virtual Tours in your area. The 360 degree interactive Virtual Tours are an extension of the popular Google Street Views technology, and can bring potential customers into your North End business before ever visiting your store, service, travel attraction or restaurant. This kind of "stickiness" -- people exploring your business online in which they control the tour -- is great for local businesses.
As a great example of a North End business utilizing Google Virtual Tours, please check out Bova's Bakery at the top of this page by placing your cursor on the photo and moving the arrows to start the tour.
It's really a fantastic marketing tool as the Google Virtual Tours show on Google Maps, and now as a "See Inside" thumbnail in Google search results that lead to the tour on Google Maps. You can also easily place the Google Virtual Tour on your web site and Facebook page by grabbing a few lines of code.
The Virtual Tours are also quite affordable, often at a fraction of the cost of newspaper, radio and television ads.
Interested in a Google Virtual Tour for your own North End business? Sign up through VisitingNewEngland for more info, and I'll be in contact shortly with details on how your business can have its own Google Virtual Tour.
Eric at VisitingNewEngland
Editor's note: if you are not a business in the North End, you can still sign up your business to receive more info. I'll be happy to help!VisitingNewEngland Loves the North End of Boston!
North End street in Boston Photo by Eric at VisitingNewEngland
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