Google Business Views to Change to Street View Trusted for Virtual Tours inside Businesses

Beginning September 3, 2015

Google Maps Business View will be renamed to Street View Trusted.

Google is loosening up its it’s reign or control over the strict policies around the exclusive program that will make things “easier” to publish more “virtual tours” or what they will be calling Photospheres.

These virtual tours will continue to show up in the “see inside” button inside Google Maps local search for businesses.

The high quality imagery and professionalism will be remaining as the existing “Photographers” and “Agencies” independent companies who hire local agencies around the country to handle – multi location shoots for franchises or businesses with multiple locations.

The Google Views program will be changed to Google Street View, and Street View will be it’s own brand as it’s recognition over the prior Google Business View is much more recognizable as a stand alone brand.

Google will be releasing a new Street View for iPhone app, and Street View Android App that will provide near- direct publishing of Photospheres to Google Maps – particularly for the inside of a local business.

The Google Maps Views, will be going offline around mid September.   Google Maps will be re-introducing support for a high end, more automated solutions that will allow more photospheres to be published by more people creating a better browsing experience for all users on Google.

All photospheres created by a “NON’ Trusted Agency or Photographer will ONLY appear in the the “Photos” section of Google Maps.  The “See Inside” section is specially reserved for the premium high resolution 8K-12K premium imagery that ONLY “STREET VIEW TRUSTED” photographers and agencies create utilizing certified equipment to keep up with the Street View | Trusted standard.  So make sure you choose a Street View | Trusted Photographer like us!  Call us today.  It’s Simple. Fast. Affordable.

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