Custom Virtual Tours

Kanga360

Lakeland, FL

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About Kanga360

Blow your competition away.

We offer high-definition virtual tours for small businesses, hotels, resorts, cafes, cities, events and action sports. Why have pages full of still pictures, when you can have virtual tours embedded right into your website? It's live to 800+ million mobile devices and on the world's largest virtual tour platform!

Services include:

- QR codes for marketing
- Website embed codes
- SEO and tag word boosters
- Directions and geo location tags
- full virtual reality to your location
- Facebook, Twitter and e-mail functions

You will truly make your clients' heads spin when they see your virtual 360 tours. Get yours today, and be featured on the Lakeland 360 app, if you are a local business. Be featured on the world's number #1 virtual content platform, TourWrist.

#6 in iPad travel apps
#9 in iPad entertainment apps
#36 in iPhone travel apps

Download the free app TourWrist in the iTunes store, and travel the world from your mobile device!

We offer 360 photos, 360 pictures, virtual tours, photos, virtual reality city, virtual content, photography, video.

Location

860 Hollingsworth Rd
Lakeland, FL 33801

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Reviews

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  • 5/5 stars February 17, 2012

    Kanga created two virtual tours for my business. The price was reasonable and the results are fantastic! Chase was flexible in scheduling a time to come to me, was prompt, and immediately got to work staging for the shots. He used professional equipment and is truly an expert in this field. He completed the camera work for the virtual tours in less than an hour and I got the virtual tours the next day.

    I highly recommend Kanga360 and will use them again in the future.

  • 5/5 stars October 26, 2011

    WOW! The 360 tours are awesome. I've had comment after comment about them. It showcases the inside of my studio better than any video could. It was an extremely good value.

    Chase seemed to sense from the outset exactly what need to happen to make it work. He did four tours for me and everyone of them could have been the opening page on my web site.

    If you're looking for cool, contemporary, progressive concepts in your marketing campaigns Kanga Marketing is the company to call. Check out his work on our Website at www.paintalongstudios.com.

    After shooting and editing the 360 shots he helped me integrate them into my website and other social media sites. If you want something done right call Kanga.

  • 5/5 stars October 25, 2011

    Chase blends creativity and innovation with organization, technology, and strategy. It is a pleasure to know and work with him!

  • 5/5 stars October 25, 2011

    I have seen their work first hand, the visuals look unbelievable on the ipad. Would recommend this service to any realtors out there looking to make their listings pop. Good work Kanga!

Question and answer

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Look for a provider with the best platform to market your product and services. Taking the virtual tour photos is the easy part. But finding a photographer that understand marketing, social networking and the strength of a virtual tours and how they can impact individual business can be a whole new story.

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. 1. Are your virtual tours completely mobile? Meaning on ISO (iPhone, iPad) and android devices.
2. What type of platform do your house the tours on? Is it simply just on my website or do I have access to hundreds of million online and mobile device users?
3. Can I have pop or direct embed tours on my website?
4. Can a client or user get directions to my location or link to my website straight from my virtual tour?
5. Do your virtual tours come with QR codes, Geo-location tags and SEO booster?

If a business can not confidently answer any of these questions or simply has no idea what you are talking about run quickly in the other direction because they are still seeing in black and white.

Q. What important information should buyers have thought through before seeking you out?

A. - What is their primary use for their virtual tours?
ie: embed in website, share on their social net works, to cover an event, provide a competitive advantage, or are they simply looking for some cool new content to show that their company is up to date with new tech.

- How many do they anticipate they might like to have?
- It the shots are of a business, do you want the business full of customers or empty?