Self-Hosting – What’s the Difference?
1. You tour will open from your website and the URL in the browser will look something like this:
www.yourbusiness/virtual-tour/ rather than www.go360.com.au/your-business-name/
2. You are in full control of your server and files.
Open File Manager or your FTP Client for your website and create a subfolder where the virtual tour will be located (virtual-tour, for example). It doesn’t matter whether the folder is in the root folder or one of the subfolders – your tour will work perfectly from any location.
We provide all of the files you need for your tour, and you simply upload them to this subfolder using your favourite FTP client. That’s all!
The tour will open from the subfolder location, so if you’ve created a subfolder called ‘virtual-tour’ in the root of your website, the link will be ‘your-website/virtual-tour’.
As you can see, there is no database to be installed or configured, and no complex server installation, so getting your tour up and running from your website is super quick and easy!
A fully responsive 360° Virtual Tour is an amazingly effective addition to your marketing toolkit that works for you 24/7. Use it on your website, social media, in your brochure and your email communications. Get yours now for a one-time fee.
Get noticed by 95% of Google users in Australia^. Use 360° tours to attract new customers for free via Google and Google Maps. Listings with photos and a virtual tour are twice as likely to generate interest.
Are your customers on Facebook? Then you should be too! Blow them away with stunning 360° photos of your facilities and leave them no choice but to explore what you have to offer. Get 360° photos for Facebook for free when you order a virtual tour.
^Source: http://gs.statcounter.com/search-engine-market-share/all/australia (July 2019). Also: The power of media-rich map listings by Google