If you did not find a good name for your panorama and did not add a meaningful description, this may prevent others from finding your panorama and viewing it, even if your panorama is of high quality. Consider the following tips.
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If you did not find a good name for your panorama and did not add a meaningful description, this may prevent others from finding your panorama and viewing it, even if your panorama is of high quality.
We put the title, description and tags in a special markup META HTML-page, which allows search engines to easily read them. Moreover, users viewing your panoramas will be able to better understand where the panorama was made.
Try, if applicable, so that the name answers the questions:
It is desirable that the name was not less than 2 - 3 words, but not more than 10.
The description may disclose the names and contain additional information, such as historical or geographical information about the place, as an option, although there are no hard rules. Description of the panorama is desirable to do a length of 2 - 3 sentences but can be more.
Thanks for the answer!
If we talk about the name of the virtual tour of the apartment, then you can specify the city, in the name, it will be more logical. And for individual panoramas it is better to indicate the name, for example: Spacious kitchen, Bathroom, Living room, Entrance, Balcony, etc.
Svetlana_Y, thanks for the question. You can specify a city if it is directly connected to a virtual tour. For example: "All viewing platforms of Kaliningrad." As a rule, it is better to indicate the city and country in tags (tags), and the name of the tour should be closely related to what a person sees in the virtual tour.
If this is a 3D tour, should the city be indicated in the name?
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These criteria quibble as much as the user sees, because the tours / panoramas checked by these criteria claim to be included in the “Best” category, which means they have to undergo a rather strict quality check.
Are there any elements in your 360 ° panorama that interfere with viewings, such as logos, a tripod, a photographer (if it is not part of the panorama), a shadow or a reflection of a tripod or photographer in a panorama? If so, then this affects the quality of the panorama. Next, we consider examples of unsuccessful examples of extraneous elements in the panorama. By avoiding this you will improve your work!
There are so many different ways to create and stitch spherical panoramas. Some equipment or software does not allow to achieve high quality 360 panoramas. We want only the highest quality work available for general viewing.
The question of choosing equipment for shooting spherical panoramas and creating virtual tours is one of the most important for a photographer - a panoramic photographer. On the TrueVirtualTours website, you have access to examples of work performed using one or other equipment and software.