Whether you’re in retail or real estate, a virtual tour can be a great way to give customers an inside look at what you have to offer. We spoke with Scott Tushman, co-founder of MIM Marketing in Motion Inc., for some advice on shooting videos for virtual tours created with Animoto.
Scott has been involved in sales and marketing for over thirty years and has helped clients around the globe to develop interactive tour videos. He shoots many of the videos himself, like the one below.
Note: This video was created with Animoto Memories, an Animoto legacy slideshow-making tool. As of October 2018, all Animoto customers have access to our new easy-to-use, drag-and-drop video maker. *\*Click here to learn more about what you can do with Animoto for real estate today. Have a question about Animoto Memories? Reach out to our Customer Success team.**
Scott shared the following 10 tips for shooting virtual tours with us, which he uses when he shoots his own showroom video tours:
With Scott’s tips in mind, you’re ready to start shooting your own virtual tour. Once you do, we’d love to see what come up with. Feel free to share your links with us on our Facebook page, or in the comments below.