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Customer education and engagement with Stickyworld virtual tours



Project SCENe is one of Stickyworld's current Research and Development projects. It's high profile because it's about accelerating the adoption of 'green' community energy schemes in the UK. 

We are central to the project team's capability to explain to a new community of homeowners at Trent Basin in Nottingham, UK, about the benefits of participating in such a scheme and to encourage uptake. If the project does this well the team will learn and create a blueprint for the future. 

It's a complex idea so, to demystify and explain it, I've been using Stickyworld's unique capabilities to create virtual tours

Stickyworld virtual tours are a really clever way to invite your customers to explore a complex environment or idea and to engage with you online. Virtual tours have huge potential for lots of use cases in different industries and projects so I wanted to share what I have been doing. 




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Topics: Engagement, Customer engagement, Prepare, virtual tour


Sharing Links to Your Stickyworld Room



Unless you're using Stickyworld for a private design review or similar small audience purpose, you'll want to get the word out to gather as many relevant eyeballs as possible. 




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Topics: Engagement


Quick tip: Using Short Links in Your Real-World Outreach



If you're looking to improve your stakeholder engagement for your project, you need to market it. One way is to distribute printed materials like postcards or flyers, but how do you make it easy for people to go to your project website when they will have to type in the address manually?

This blog will explain how to use a link shortener to make your URLs clean and concise so your audience can easily get to your project's website. 




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Topics: Project Communications, Engagement