Are Poor Images Holding Back Your Business?
Do you have a great product or service but can’t figure out why sales are slow?
The problem could be poor quality marketing images or a lack of images on your Google presence.
Ryan Kulhanek, owner of Interactive 360 Virtual Tours based in Minden, will present “Web Presence, Google and Multimedia” at one of the break-out sessions at GROW Nebraska’s MarkeTech conference on Wednesday, April 3.
“Lots of small businesses may be good at what they do, but they take their marketing images for granted,” Ryan said.
His presentation is intended for anyone who is interested in increasing website traffic or business awareness through images and multimedia content. He said quality images and photos should be a top priority, not an afterthought.
Ryan specializes in creating 360-degree multimedia tours for business promotion. He has traveled across the state and country creating 360 images for hospitals, colleges, fitness clubs, hotels, museums, resorts and sporting venues. See examples on his business website (http://interactive360tours.com/)
Many of his clients are large businesses, but Ryan said he has a passion for helping small business owners as well. After all, he is one, too. Ryan started two businesses right out of college and is still growing both of them. His other business is Rockit Event Pros, which rents inflatables, climbing walls and other adventure equipment for community and business events.
At MarkeTech, Ryan will share tips and resources for creating professional-quality images on Google and Google Street View. Ryan said statistics show that Google listings with quality images are viewed longer and more often than those without.
Ryan will conclude his presentation with a Q & A session to promote discussion and ideas from other business owners attending.
The early-bird registration deadline for MarkeTech is March 23. Now is a great time to join GROW Nebraska to receive the best conference rate of $49 for GROW Nebraska members and $199 for non-members. The price increases to $149 for members and $299 for non-members after March 23. Register here.