Google Street View Pricing

Google Street View Pricing

We offer Google Maps Street View Tours by a certified Google Trusted Photographer for as low as $500 for a virtual tour. Each tour is different, and depends on the square footage of the business, and how many spheres are needed for the tour. For example; a small office, or retail location, that only includes a small open space with some products, is going to be rated differently, than a large retail location. There is no standard price, because it depends on the amount of spheres, and the complexity of the shoot.

For example: Google requires that each sphere is 3 feet, to no more than 10 feet apart, for a tour to eligible for Google Maps Street View. If you have a complex furniture store, with 3 floors, like some of our examples shown on our Street View Tour page, it would be much more than a small insurance office. The complexity of the shoot, the movement (customers, cars, etc), must all be taken into account.

The time it takes for photography varies. An average session, including setup, taking pictures, raw image translation, and photographic editing is about 4-12 hours at a range of $ 250 - $ 1,250 depending on the complexity of the photo shoot.

We Can Do An Official Google Street View Tour of Your Business

Virtual Tours show everything your business has to offer, and help gain valuable search traffic.

01. About Us

Make it Active, LLC is a full service Marketing Agency located in Dover, NH, just minutes from Portsmouth.

We offer digital marketing services, including SEO, Website Design, Marketing, and graphic design.

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