BatchGeo allows you to create an embedded map on your website without having to write any code. With BatchGeo, all you have to do is copy and paste your location data into our map creator (a table where you add your location data and other relevant data), which you’ll find on our homepage
How To Create (Or Generate) An Embed Map Using BatchGeo
- Grab a list of addresses from your spreadsheet you want to make into a map.
- Visit our homepage – https://batchgeo.comand paste the copied content into the box provided.
- Click on the “Map Now” button, after which you’ll be given an option to include your email address in order for you to save your map.
*** We recommend that you include your email address while saving your map as this would ensure you have future access to your map and the ability to edit it later for future use.
Here is an example of the email you should expect from us (BatchGeo) when you include your email address while saving your map. The email also comes with the embed code for adding your map your website.
Generating your maps using BatchGeo is one of the easiest and simplest methods out there, and you’re obviously missing out if you haven’t tried BatchGeo out.
As it has been reiterated above, you don’t have to worry if you can’t write a single functional line of code even if your life solely depends on it. Your programming skills or lack of doesn’t matter in any way when you are using BatchGeo map generating tool.
All that is required of you to create your map is to have the relevant data (location + descriptive data) that you will use to build one. Once you populate the location data box with your data, BatchGeo Map creator automatically scan your data for your addresses, zip codes, and city names, etc., which are geocoded into map coordinates.
In addition to helping you generate an embedded map, BatchGeo also provides you with a locator map badge which you can integrate with your website. Map badges are very useful when you’re short of space on your website or don’t want to devote your space for a full map as they provide a quick preview of your map.
Web visitors using your site can click on the map badges to see the entire map, including the data within each marker.
A map badge, although small in size, can contain and communicate a lot of information, which makes it ideal for use in situations where a full-sized map might look out of place.
Try BatchGeo now to create a map badge of your data or a fully embeddable Google maps you can add to your website.