2. Attention Span.
Physical movement makes a huge difference on an in-person tour by keeping guests energized and engaged.
Through a virtual screen, however, you’ll have to find other ways to immerse your guests into the tour to prevent it from being a super passive experience.
Add ‘movement’ when you can by changing up the perspective.
If your virtual trip is webinar-style, make sure to have visual aids to show and alternate between making them full screen and split-screen with your face so that you have a variety of layouts.
If your tour is in person, make sure to rotate between a selfie-shot of your face, a slow-moving panorama of a view, and static shots.
Also, please limit your tours to 1hr maximum.
In person, guests can hear information for about 1-1.5hrs straight before they need a break. Virtually, that time span is much shorter.