Google Business Photos: The Cost


Google Business Photos Blackpool

Single room premises £95
Up to 4 panoramas,
plus a minimum of 10 point of interest photos.
Ideal for a single room shop - perhaps a takeaway or a small cafe

Small premises £195
4 to 8 panoramas,
plus a minimum of 10 point of interest photos.
Ideal for a small restaurant or gymnasium

Medium premises £295
9 – 15 panoramas,
plus a minimum of 10 point of interest photos.
Ideal for a hotel who wishes to showcase a few of their bedrooms

Large premises £395
16 – 23 panoramas,
plus a minimum of 15 point of interest photos.
Ideal for a car showroom. Imagine a tour that went inside one of your vehicles and out of the other side. We can do that!

Extra large premises £495
24 – 30 panoramas,
plus a minimum of 15 point of interest photos
Ideal for a large theatre, museum or hotel

No Extras - No Hidden Charges - No Image licensing - No repeat payments - No VAT
We'll be happy to visit your business and do a FREE site survey and quote you there and then.
If after publication on Google you are not delighted with your tour and we can't put things right for you we offer a 100% no quibble money back guarantee

What's included?

We visit your premises on an agreed date. Bear in mind the first two panoramas need to be outside of your premises so we can link it to Google Street View so if it is raining we may need to re-shedule an appointment. One then needs to be taken just inside and from there we'd progress to do a tour with node points spaced between 5 and 15 feet apart. We have strict guidelines to follow and have been extensively trained by Google. We are also quality controlled by them before publication.

There are strict guidelines given to us on how to construct the panoramic tours and we'll tell you about those when we do the site survey.

We aim to have the tour published on Google within 7 to 10 days but often get it published a lot quicker.

An idea for you

We need to "blur" faces but apart from that you are welcome to be in the shot. Its a piece of history for your business so why not invite some of your best customers along to your "Google Day" and ask them if they want to get in the shot.