Anitography

360 degree virtual reality tours, animation, and photography

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Views: Edmonton, AB, Canada by Julie May
As of Aug 15, 2015 Anitography is not taking new clients. All previous contracts will be honoured.

Our Promise

Immortalizing your business with a virtual tour will:

Street View Trusted Photographer

Even better, you get more out of it when you put more in. Although our photographers are experts at showcasing what they see, allowing for no fuss tours, it is often what they don't see that needs to stand out. Talk with us for 2 hours with us (1 over the phone and 1 on-site) to tell us about your business we'll do everything we can to focus your tour on your business needs. Need a pamphlet to show with the tour? A menu? How about your highest sale item? We ask these questions to help your business grow.

Our Service

Immortalize your business and display it for the world to see and explore, without having to drive or leave their home/desk.

Attract the local market: 73% of all Google Searches are local business oriented. 75% of customers decide to make a purchase based on your web presence.

Get the search real estate edge: The use of images in search results has been shown to initially increase business 20%. Using engaging imagery such as 3D animation, cartoons, animated whiteboards, games, virtual tours, and video has increased business up to 200%. Our goal is to reach customers through business advertising products that focus on where the customer looks for you first.

Increase your search ranking: Although the tour itself does not always increase SEO, Google increases SEO when high quality images are displayed and chosen properly. We also take the time to evaluate your Google Plus page and increase your SEO ranking through text edits, links to outside pages, and more.

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Working more closely with us results in more uses. See just some of the uses of virtual tours below:

More quotes from Google Think:

Words like "near me," "closest," and "nearby" are increasingly common across the billions of queries on Google every month. More and more, people are looking for things in their vicinity—be it a gym or a mall, a plumber, or a cup of coffee. Google search interest in "near me" has increased 34× since 20111 and nearly doubled since last year. The vast majority come from mobile—80% in Q4 2014.2
...In fact, 50% of consumers who conduct a local search on their smartphone visit a store within a day, and 18% of those searches lead to a purchase within a day. If they're unsure where to eat, nearly half of people won't search for a restaurant until within an hour of going. (That number jumps to almost 60% for millennials.3) And it doesn't stop there. Once at their destination, consumers are searching to help make good choices.
...Another survey showed that 40% of millennials looked up information about their food while in a restaurant within the last month.4 Similarly, "coffee near me" is a popular search on mobile, but so is "macchiato calories."2
2015, Matt Lawson, "I-Want-to-Go Moments: From Search to Store". https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/articles/i-want-to-go-micro-moments.html and https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/articles/i-want-to-go-micro-moments.html?utm_medium=email&utm_source=2015-09-think-letter&utm_campaign=20150914-think-letter-weekly-insight-io-OT-OT-CS&utm_content=article-1-img-da-i-adv&mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRogv6rAZKXonjHpfsX%2B7OsoWKCg38431UFwdcjKPmjr1YYJTst0aPyQAgobGp5I5FEMSrTYX7Z4t6MIXA%3D%3D

In many countries including the U.S., more Google searches take place on mobile devices than on computers.
...65% of online customers look up more information online now versus a few years ago.
...66% of smartphone users turn to their phones to look up something they saw in a TV commercial.
...91% of smartphone users turn to their phones for ideas while doing a task.
...81% of smartphone users consult their phones while in a store deciding what to buy.
2015, think with Google, "4 New Moments Every Marketer Should Know". https://think.storage.googleapis.com/docs/4-new-moments-every-marketer-should-know.pdf

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Cafe Amore

Cafe Amore Private Room

Cafe Amore is a bustling bistro that has had no problems growing. However, Cristo and family often receive questions about the atmosphere and private room. Now they can refer to the tour. Even better, they continue to grow and have opened a second business, The Black Pearl.

McDougall Church

McDougall United Balcony

McDougall United Church is the first church built in Edmonton. Sharing imagery is part of restoring the site and gaining historic status. Big pluses: They can rent the facilities more easily, especially since a large number of their renters come from out of town to play music or meet with a group.

Griffiths Ford

Griffiths Ford showroom

Griffiths Ford is in Hinton. Although the car industry seems to place value on virtual tours to start with they didn't know we serviced their area! They were delighted to be able to showcase their vehicles, showroom, and fun atmosphere. Nothing better than a Wacky Waving Tube Man and a car with writing about all of the features on it.