Making an Interactive Map with Google Maps
Itís as easy as click and place.
A good introductory video on creating a Google Map is available from CNet (http://news.cnet.com/1606-2-3-6173473.html?tag=ne.vid)
Adding Images or Video to Google Maps
Map limit: A point to keep in mind is that each map has a 50 map point limit per map in Google Maps, once you go above that number then an additional map for the next points will be created.
Sharing: Now that you have make your map share you map location to let others come and use the map. Your map can either be set as Public or Unlisted, maps set either way can be shared. A public map is one that can be found though searching, an Unlisted map can be shared with others by sending them the map address or placing the address on a web page. Get the link information by clicking on the "link to this page" link above the map.
Going Google Earth: Once you have made your map you can take it to the next level, that of Google Earth. To do this you will need to save the the KML file. KML stands for Keyhole Markup Language. Save the .kml file to a computer and open it with the Google Earth program.
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