What is the creation process of the tour?

Begin by naming your tour, adding objects to the map, selecting a language, creating storytelling for each object, completing all necessary details, choosing optimal keywords, setting the price, reviewing everything for quality, and finally, publishing the tour. Remember that you will first create all the details about the objects, and then the conclusion about the entire tour. However, the tour description and pictures will be the first to be shown to users. Additionally, you can use 'My workspace' navigation to quickly access the necessary section of the creator's tools.

What should be the name of my tour?

The name should not exceed 44 characters and could include the location (city, region, or country)along with specific descriptive words that would make your tour easily discoverable by search engines.It's not necessary to include the word 'tour' at the end.

How to mark objects on a map?

System allows you to pinpoint specific objects on a map for each part of your tour. You can search for objects by name using the platform's search functionality or manually input theobject's location by dragging the pinpoint and naming it. Your tour should include a minimum of 3 objects and a maximum of 10. To reorder the objects, click on 'Change order.'Drag the object and then press 'Update order' to finalize the changes.

Which language should I choose?

Select the language in which you are creating the tour. It's generally recommended to create tours in English as they are the most suitable for translation into other languages.

What is a teaser?

A teaser is displayed to users before purchasing, containing images and brief excerpts from the tour content. Specifically, it includes pictures numbered 1, 4, 7, and 10 from the 1st(Intro) script, and pictures numbered 1, 4, and 7 from the 3rd (Picture) script. The complete 2nd (Video) content is accessible only after purchase. The full text description of the tour/object is revealed post-purchase, with users able to preview only the first 350 characters before buying. Similarly, for activity descriptions, only the initial 150 characters are visible prior to purchase.It's important that these visuals and descriptions effectively entice users to make a purchase.

How to upload pictures?

Add pictures using the plus button or by dragging them from your device to the frame. Suggestions for content ideas can be found by clicking on the 'Recommendations' button. Pictures can be added one by one, and it's possible to switch their positions by clicking on the 'Change pictures order' button. In the pop-up that appears, rearrange the pictures by dragging them. Save the changes by clicking the 'Update order' button.

What will be the cover picture of the ticket?

The first picture of the object's storytelling becomes its cover image. This picture is centered and displayed in square format, meaning the left and right edges are cropped. For tour ticket, the first picture of the tour's storytelling serves as the main image. It is centered and displayed in panoramic format, with cropping from the top and bottom.

How can I edit pictures?

You can edit all pictures using the 'Edit' button. Within this editor, you can rotate, resize, apply effects, add shapes, and include text to your pictures. Please be aware that any text added using this tool will remain static and won't be translated for users in other languages.

Will my video and picture content be translated into other languages?

Yes, we offer automatic transcription for supported languages on our platform. For pictures included in the teaser, there is a 'Text' tool available in the toolbar. Any text added using this tool will be displayed on the teaser and translated into other languages.

What is storytelling?

It refers to the final video that combines all the pictures and video content, accessible only after purchase. You can customize the duration for each picture displayed in the storytelling. Music can be added to each script for an enhanced user experience. We offer a library of royalty-free songs for selection.

How to add videos?

Start by uploading your initial video clip. Additional clips can be added using the 'Edit'function. Within the video editor, you have the option to crop, rearrange, apply effects, or make any required adjustments to your clips. Ensure that the sound in each video clip is essential. The final video should be a minimum of 4 minutes and a maximum of 8 minutes in duration. Once you're satisfied with your edits, export the video.

What if I have difficulties uploading bigger size videos?

If you encounter difficulty uploading the video, convert it through the given tools. Download a smaller-sized video and upload it again.

Is it mandatory to blur faces?

You have the option to blur subjects and objects in your images. However, it's your responsibility to ensure the anonymity of individuals in your content. If you choose to display other people's faces, please complete and upload the Personal Release form to the Agreements section of our system.

What could be mentioned in the description?

Use dates, historical facts, any interesting information about the objects, and add your own personal experience. Remember, the content should be original, as we do not support plagiarism.

  • Be descriptive: Paint a vivid picture with detailed descriptions using sensory language.
  • Highlight unique features: Emphasize what distinguishes the tour or object from others.
  • Capture the essence: Convey the atmosphere or mood to help readers envision themselves there.
  • Engage the audience: Spark curiosity with storytelling techniques and interesting facts.
  • Maintain clarity: Ensure the description is easy to understand, avoiding complex language.
  • Call to action: Encourage readers to take action, whether purchasing a tour or exploring further.
  • Edit and proofread: Polish the description for professionalism and credibility.
  • Be authentic: Write genuinely to resonate with readers and foster trust.

Focus on creating a captivating presentation of the tour to grab travelers' interest. List the included objects and share what makes the location intriguing.

What physical activity icon should I choose?

Options include walking, running, hiking, bicycling, ground sports, swimming, water sports, skiing, yoga, or dancing and singing. Which activity is most commonly done here?

What level of difficulty should be selected?

Based on the type of physical activity and the duration spent engaging in it, you can determine the appropriate complexity. Is it easy? Can people of any age participate without difficulty? Is it moderate? Some may find it challenging. Or is it hard? Not everyone may find the activity easy to do, so it's advisable to prepare in advance.

What to include in the activity description?

Describe the physical activities involved and any necessary clothing or gear. Indicate if the activity is wheelchair-accessible, suitable for children, or pet-friendly. Specify the distance covered and the duration of the activity. For tour description, mention the overall duration of the tour. Provide instructions for reservations or ticket purchases, and mention available transportation options.

Additional considerations:

  • Best time to visit: Highlight the optimal time of year and any recommended times of day.
  • Amenities available: Describe the facilities or services available at the location.
  • Additional recommendations: Offer any further suggestions or tips for visitors.

These additions help provide comprehensive information for travelers planning their activities.

What category should I select?

It depends on the type of traveler that this object or tour is intended for.

  • Luxury Travelers: Seek affordable luxury, personalized trips, and stress-free experiences. They indulge in travel that offers comfort and exclusivity, allowing them to fully immerse themselves in relaxation and enjoyment.
  • Nature Travelers: Reconnect with the natural world to unwind and recharge. They appreciate exploring diverse landscapes, engaging their senses, and finding serenity in nature's beauty.
  • History Enthusiasts: Explore the past through immersive journeys, uncovering fascinating stories and historical sites. They seek to understand and appreciate different time periods, gaining insights into the world's rich heritage.
  • Solo Travelers: Embrace freedom and adventure, seeking self-discovery and new experiences. They thrive on exploring independently, making meaningful connections, and pushing personal boundaries along the way.
  • Food Enthusiasts: Embark on culinary adventures to savor diverse flavors and cultural traditions. They delight in discovering local cuisines, sharing meals with others, and experiencing the joy of food exploration.
  • Family Travelers: Create lasting memories and foster connections through shared experiences. They prioritize quality time together, exploring new destinations, and creating bonds while discovering the world as a family.
  • Adventure Lovers: Seek thrills and challenges, pushing their limits and seeking adrenaline-pumping experiences. They thrive on outdoor activities, cultural immersion, and the excitement of exploring new destinations.
  • Health Travelers: Prioritize well-being and rejuvenation, seeking destinations that promote physical and mental health. They value relaxation, self-care activities, and opportunities for personal growth and reflection.

Each object has its own specific category, while tours should be categorized based on their overall theme or focus. When choosing a tour category, consider the category of objects that is most common in your tour or aligns with the type of travelers you are targeting.

What keywords should I write?

Use keywords to boost your tour or object's discoverability, optimizing its visibility on our platform via SEO. The specificity of your chosen keywords is important. Be sure to include at least 2 keywords, and aim for up to 5 for optimal results. The first two keywords shape the unique URL, so consider including terms like country, city, or descriptive adjectives that capture the user experience.

Is there a difference between creating an object and a tour?

The tour description should include mentioning what kind of objects it includes, how long the whole tour is, and what to see between the objects. In the video, you can explain how to use the tour and any other interesting facts that may not be included in the objects'descriptions. The object description and storytelling should include specific information about that object only. It can be read and experienced separately from the whole tour.

How should I price my tour?

Tour pricing involves setting individual prices, ranging from 5 EUR to 15 EUR per object. Factors to consider include the time invested, description detail, integration of fresh information, media quality, specialized equipment usage, and engaging, maximum-length videos. Collaboration, interviews, drone footage use, and efforts to enhance the user experience are also important considerations.