Q&A with Ricky Wolff of TURN PRO Media

July 23, 2018

Competitive pricing (as low as $0.04/ft²) and a focus on volume kick-started Ricky’s photography business.

At Matterport, we love our photographers. Photographers were some of our first customers. Not only are they “early adopters” who love technology, but they are also entrepreneurial-minded, diligent, and great at discovering new opportunities.

Ricky Wolff is one of these tough, hard-working photographers. Since creating TURNPRO Media in January 2016, he has captured over 100 Matterport Spaces in the Atlanta and surround areas of Georgia, since April 2017. He also recently opened an office in Birmingham, Alabama. We chatted with Ricky to hear his story and the keys to his success.

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Q&A with Tyler Irons of VRLY

Todd Lewandowski July 20, 2018

Tyler of VRLY averages 75 jobs per month for over 500 real estate agents in the Lincoln, Nebraska area by offering a great marketing package at just $249. At Matterport, photographers are some of our most important customers. Since we released the first Matterport camera in 2014, we’ve watched as enterprising people have taken risks and built businesses around this new medium. Together, we are working to make 3D the new standard for people to virtually share and explore spaces. Photographers in the Matterport Service Partner (MSP) program are key to this goal, as they extend the reach of 3D to a wider audience than we ever could alone.

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Broker Marketing Series: 3D Virtual Tours vs Open Houses

Joel Garcia June 11, 2018

Traditional open houses can be a hassle for buyers and agents. If they’re crowded, it’s hard for the agent and buyers to connect. That leads to time-consuming follow-up. If they’re poorly attended, the open house is a waste of your time and budget. Luckily, you don’t need to rely solely on traditional open houses to be successful and complete a sale. By combining virtual tours with the basic components of an open house, you can give buyers the flexibility they need with the immersive experience of visiting a home in person.

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Creating a virtual ecommerce experience for Rachael Ray Products

Kailyn Wilson June 27, 2017

The immersive media revolution is in full force with new technology affecting the way we do business. 3D imaging and virtual reality are at the forefront of the current tech wave and are reaching new frontiers across a breadth of industries; from real estate and architecture, to entertainment and travel. One industry that we’ve seen experimenting with 3D technology recently is retail, with stores using tech to help promote their inventory.

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