We just recently did a Google Virtual Tour of Icon Cellars, a small winery in Woodinville. In addition to the best known wineries like Chateau Ste. Michelle and Columbia, Woodinville has over 140 wineries, wine bars & tasting rooms for visitors to visit. Many of them are located in small industrial parks and it is amazing what they can do with the inside in creating a wonderful ambiance. In may cases you feel like you that you are in wine country. Of course, you sort of are with all the other wineries around, but not near the vineyards. Below is the tour we did of the Icon Cellars Google Virtual Tour in Woodinville, Wa: Icon Cellars now has a great looking business listing on Google. It will give prospective visitors a chance for a virtual visit to see what a wonderful place it will be to visit in person. Best of all they can do it 24/7 at their leisure. Find out more about Icon Cellars by visiting their website. For more information on Wineries in the Woodinville area, visit the 2017 guide to Woodinville wineries, tasting rooms & events. Contact us if you would like to get your own Google virtual tour.
Last week I did a photo shoot for a Google virtual tour at a unique boutique clothing store, Drizzle & Shine. They specialize in products that use recycled or vegan materials. Very nice! they are located on the south end of Capitol Hill in Seattle. They are an eco-boutique shop in Seattle. You’ll find a carefully curated selection of women’s and men’s clothing, shoes, and accessories. They specialize in items that are kind to the earth and animals and that are made by people who are treated fairly. They donate a percentage of each sale to nonprofits that align with their values. They also showcase local designers, small businesses, and businesses that make a difference in the community—and world. they believe that you don’t need to break the bank to do your part. Their eco-products are made to last will make you feel great. Doing good has never looked so easy! Whether you’re an eco-shopper, vegan, or fashionista, you’ll find things you love and will wear for years to come. Located at 102 15th Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98112 If you are ever in the area, make sure to stop by and have a look. You can also have a look at their virtual tour below: Find out how to get your 360° panoramic virtual tour on Google. Contact us for more information.
When looking for the perfect office space to set up a business, it is great for prospects to be able to see exactly how the space looks without having to take the time to travel to the location. Office space virtual tours do just that. Virtual tours of office spaces are great at engaging prospective tenants and are becoming more popular. You can find many types of businesses that offer these types of tours on their websites. They can be either custom virtual tours or Google virtual tours, hosted on Google and enhancing your Google Business listing. But what do these virtual tours have to offer for those renting out office space, and their potential tenants? Offers visitors a real life look at the space. Prospects can picture how they can use the space for their office, and get a true feel for what it would be like to work in the space. They can plan their office’s layout, and see exactly what they’d need before they decide to move in. No travel necessary. Tenants can see exactly how the office space is laid out without having to travel to the location. Tenants will save money and time and never even have to leave the comfort of their chair, which makes the entire process less stressful. No wait time. Tenants can view the office space on demand, at any hour of the day, any day of the week. Saves you time. Virtual tours can rule out prospects that would not be interested in your space, saving you the time it would have taken to meet and show them the space. Easy to share. Word spreads quickly on the internet. It’s so easy for tenants to share a virtual tour with coworkers or friends, and reach a decision on the space […]
I was in Maui a couple of weeks ago and have long admired the small historic church in the Makena area of Southwest Maui. The Keawala‘i Congregational Church in Mākena was founded in 1832 as the Church of Honua‘ula. It was originally built out of pili grass. It was eventually rebuilt as a stone-wood building. Church members living near the beach gathered coral rocks for the making of the puna or cement, and those residing on the “forest side” brought down the lumber. You can find out more about the history on the church website. Here is the Google Virtual Tour: