Is your business getting killed by larger or better-established businesses? Then you need to do something a bit different. Creating a 3D tour of your business lets your customers understand what to expect from you. It also creates a comprehensive tour that is fun to explore. Here’s how to get started.
Sit Down And Map Out Your Business
Before making a 3D tour, it is important to sit down and think about what aspects of your business you want to highlight. Obviously, you want to include as much as you can in the tour. This tour should include important seating areas that integrate decorations in a pleasing way.
Places You Don’t Need To Model
However, you’re probably not going to need three-dimensional bathrooms. You also aren’t likely to need to model worker-only sections. These areas are often in rougher shape than customer sections, making it unnecessary to include them at all. Simply model the interior of the area where your customers will visit.
How This Markets Your Business
Just how does a 3D tour help market your business? Creating one, and implementing it on your website, offers a variety of marketing benefits, including the ways it:
- Puts your customers right in your shop
- Creates an interesting image to view
- Adds a higher level of interactivity to your website
- Makes you seem more up-to-date and hip than your competitors
If you are interested in a 3D tour of your business, or any other online marketing tips, please contact us today to learn more. We can help provide you with the helping hand you need to succeed in a dense business world.
You put your life into building your business. You worked hard to build your stellar reputation! One bad review, and you see your profits drop. You can’t satisfy everyone, but one person can make it seem like you satisfy no one!
Don’t ignore the complaint: address it.
Ignoring the complaint, and hoping it will go away, will not do any thing to fix the issue. If the customer has a legitimate complaint, do your best to make it right. If it’s a broken product, apologize, and offer an exchange. If it was bad service by an employee, apologize and offer a discount, or free product, depending on the circumstances. This shows other customers that you care about the person’s concerns, and you take your business seriously. This makes you look good to prospective new customers.
Ensure that the issue is legitimate:
Some people can never be satisfied. Some might not have a legitimate complaint, but that doesn’t mean they have a right to ruin your reputation. So, ask probing questions in a polite way. If you feel someone is making up the bad review. Ask pointed questions to the reviewer, that they would only know if the event had actually happened. Explain that you are trying to make this right, but you need additional information in order to do so. If the reviewer is making up a bad review, that will become obvious quite quickly when they have no answers. This is a great way to keep your good name!
Keeping your reputation stellar takes a lot of work! Especially with the number of review sites that exist! Speaking Socially Media offers review monitoring and generation starting at only $150! Contact us today! We help boost your business to the top of the best review sites. Our goal is to help you grow!