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How to incorporate a simple map on a nonprofit website in 4 easy steps

Lori Halley 12 November 2007 0 comments

Here’s the problem: Most nonprofits (at least the ones I’ve been involved with) want to leverage their websites to incorporte a simple map of their supporters.

Here’s the solution: ZeeMaps (http://www.zeesource.net/maps/home.do). 

Here are the four super easy steps to displaying a map on your website:

Brace yourself because it’s incredibly simple … and because of its utter simplicity, you may think: “I knew that.”

You can set up a map using a CSV file in minutes and they have multiple color-coded tabs so for our use, plotting members, projects and events, this is a great starting place until we can build or integrate something a bit fancier.  I anticipate updating this weekly or as neccessary to reflect changes. 

Here’s an example of a map that I uploaded and how it could look on your website:


Would you like to see an interactive world map locating your customers, friends, classmates, office branches, service locations, places you have visited, visitors to your web site or blog, or members of your email lists? ZeeMaps allows your group members to easily map entries on an interactive world map.

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Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot] Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Monday, 12 November 2007 at 1:41 PM
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