Curb Appeal Takes on New Meaning with Google
Since I was headed to a meeting at someone’s house locally, I decided to Google their house and just get a visual so that I would recognize it when I saw it. I thought the picture was rather unflattering and wondered it is was just Google, so I Googled my house. Oh my! The only thing this picture shows is a cracked driveway and very unattractive garage.
It suddenly made me think differently about “curb appeal”. My front garden looks lovely this time of year, but you don’t see any of it from this picture. What can I do (other than tear out that ugly driveway) to give my house more “Google appeal”? Does everyone’s house look bad on Google?