How to Make Money with Matterport, ThreeSixty Tours and WP3D Models
Oct 17th, 2018 by Dan Smigrod
Make Your Competition Irrelevant: how to with Matterport Service Provider Ross Zanzucchi
Case Study: How to Make Money with ThreeSixty Tours while Making Your Competition Irrelevant is the topic for WGAN-TV Live at 5 (5 pm EDT | GMT -4) today, Wednesday, 17 October 2018.
Ross has successfully pioneered a marketing strategy that I proposed in this WGAN-TV show about mashing up an aerial 360º of a vacation destination or historic district with local businesses to make money.
In this Grayslake Village Center Case Study, you will hear from Ross about:
✓ Charging an upfront fee for creating digital content (Matterport, photos, video, aerial)
✓ Charging monthly recurring revenue to be on the map
✓ Using SatellitePanoramas for arial 360ºs (from 600 feet up)
✓ Using the ThreeSixty Tours platform
✓ Starting out with no charge locations (fire station, youth center
✓ Working with the Chamber of Commerce (to help market the digital map) (mailings, email)
✓ Working with the local government manager to help promote the digital map
✓ How to incentivize the Chamber of Commerce to work with you (10 percent rule)
✓ How to engage and incentivize a salesperson to sell-in locations on the map
✓ How to generate click analytics and how and which analytics to share
✓ How to make your competition irrelevant
✓ Why integrate WP3D Models WordPress Plugin for SEO
During this episode of WGAN-TV, Ross briefly describes the above. During the Wednesday, 17 October show, we’ll do a deeper demo and discuss with Ross.
Feel free to Join the WGAN-TV Virtual Studio Audience to ask Ross questions directly.
Special Offers for WGAN Standard and Premium Members
✓ Free use of ThreeSixty Tours (White-label Pro 5 Domain Subscription)
✓ Free use of WP3D Models WordPress Plugin
✓ 50 percent off SatellitePanoramas.com: $75 instead of $149 each
✓ All Access Pass to the WGAN Training Academy Library
✓ free nadir logo patch with logo and website from TresdePro
✓ free use of Panoskin Pro (to add the nadir logo patch to Google Street View; edit your GSV Tour)