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Jun 11, 2022
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With little fanfare, earlier this year Google rolled out a way to embed 360-degree VR media for headsets into search engine-optimizable web pages accessible via desktop and Industry Email List mobile. That's right, immersive VR videos and images for VR headsets can now be optimized for search, accessed directly from Google, and experienced on desktop and Industry Email List mobile devices, with or without the need for a native mobile app. or a VR headset. ( Full disclosure: I own stock on Google.) Given that Google has shipped over five million cardboard VR headsets and more than 12 million VR headsets are expected to sell this year, this innovation represents a major opportunity for search marketers in travel, real estate, design, education and other sectors. While it has always been possible to embed 360 VR media into pages for desktop and mobile consumption, compatibility issues have made it Industry Email List nearly impossible to embed content for VR headsets Industry Email List into pages. website. Google's "VR View" changes that by making immersive 360-degree VR media interoperable and addressing concerns about the "limited availability of VR hardware among the general public." Google VR View for the web supports Industry Email List 360 virtual reality through Google Cardboard devices. For mobile and desktop users without a VR headset, VR View pages by default use a “magic window” accessible through mobile browsers and apps and through search engines Global search interest in “VR” has increased by 300% in the past year and reached a new high in June 2016. Additionally, more and more searches indicate that Industry Email List 360 VR content is increasing engagement, interactions, views, shares, subscriptions, time on page and empathy. Search engines can interpret these as signals of quality content, which, as you may already know, can be critical for rankings. Quality content is kind of the crux of good virtual reality . When executed correctly, 360 VR videos and images give users a sense of “presence” or a sense of Industry Email List being “somewhere else”. The idea of ​​“presence” is near and dear to Google, as Alphabet co-founder and CEO Larry Page considered focusing
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