Contemporary Photography Community Projects are Google Business View virtual tours of premises that are house community, not for profit or charity businesses.
Contemporary Photography supports communities by supplying Google Virtual Tours on a pro bono basis.
Anyone with an internet connection can visit the resulting virtual tour of the premises 20/7.
The tours show up on Google Search, Google+, Google Street View and Google Maps.
Google Business View is a great way for organisations to be found more easily.
As part of the service Contemporary Photography also supply a set of premium quality still photographs.
The photographs are supplied in high resolution so they can be used in print.
A web resolution set of the still photographs is also supplied to be used on websites, in emails and on social media.
The virtual tour itself can be embedded in a website, and with the supplied short codes can be added to emails and social media.
The Contemporary Photography website can also feature an article about the organisation and its premises.
This article can form the basis of a press release plus newspaper and magazine articles.
Examples of Community Projects carried out by Contemporary Photography in Athy include the Heritage Centre Museum, Arts Centre and Men’s Shed.
Oliver Murray of Contemporary Photography said “The Google Business View product is a fantastic addition to the online presence of any business. At Contemporary Photography we are proud to use our skills to give something back to our community.”
Oliver who recently received a Google Business View European Award for his work on the Bank of Ireland sponsored Google Maps Virtual Tour of the National Ploughing Championships went on to say “We are actively looking for community projects to support at present and welcome applications from anyone who feels they have a suitable premises.
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