An intro to map making with Google tools part 2

The Google Nonprofits blog has posted part 2 of how to make maps using Google’s map tools.

“New to map-making with Google tools? Last week we focused on how you could get started by creating a map of your organization’s offices with Google Maps My Maps. After walking through My Maps, I mentioned Google Fusion Tables, another powerful Google mapping tool. One of the many applications of this tool is that you can import a spreadsheet and turn it into a map for easy publishing on the web. Fusion Tables is especially useful to people who have more than just a handful of locations to plot on a map, or who want a more interactive map that allows users to filter locations or other complex tasks.”

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