Your Business Needs A Google Business View Tour – Here’s Why

What would you say if we told you that you could invite people inside your business virtually? With Google Business View (GBV), you can! GBV allows people to move around your business from the comfort of their own home with the click of their mouse. With a series of 360-degree panoramas stitched together to create a virtual reality-esque experience, customers can explore your business as if they’re really there.

Customers Love It

Customers can be wary about trying new places, especially if they aren’t sure what to expect. A Google Business View (GBV) tour welcomes current and potential customers into your world to explore before deciding on physically coming by. A GBV tour is like an open invitation to come on by and check you out. It establishes trust, comfortability, and a connection that wouldn’t otherwise be possible! People tend to judge a book by it’s cover, and the point of GBV is to welcome everyone into your story regardless of what your cover looks like.

Google Loves It

Having a GBV not only helps you appear higher in Google searches, but it increases your presence on the page when your company is searched. Rather than having a link to your company’s website, there will be a sidebar on the right of the search screen with your GBV tour, other photos, and additional information.

Marketing Strategies Love it

GBV is yet another way to brand your company and let customers become familiar with who you are and what you offer. This is arguably the most personal and welcoming form of marketing out there. Customers want to trust you and your brand, and marketing is the only way to achieve this. Take your efforts to the next level with a Google Business Tour.

Here’s a snippet of a GBV of The Learning Tree – South.

Here is an example using The Learning Tree – South of what a Google search page will look like if you have a GBV.

The Learning Tree – West – Google Tour – Livonia, Michigan

Here is a 360-degree panoramic Google Tour for The Learning Tree – West in Livonia, MI. The Learning Tree is child care facility that works with kids from six weeks to thirteen years old. This tour takes you through the learning center’s classroom spaces and outdoor play areas. Having a Google Streetview Trusted tour allows The Learning Tree – West to show off their facility to potential families, and welcomes them to explore the daycare without having to set foot inside.

The Practice Zone – Google Tour – Farmington Hills, Michigan

We stopped by The Practice Zone in Farmington Hills for a Google Business View Tour. Not only is the The Practice Zone a place for basketball players to hone their skills, but TPZ also offers a wide variety of sport services like volleyball, pickleball, catchball, jump rope techniques, exercise classes, and more. On staff they have a head coach and assistant head coach to help players with enhancing their skills by going back to the fundamentals of the sport. It seems like a fun place to be, and this GBV tour enhances the experience by making it virtual! Check it out.