How to Add Service Area Maps on Your WordPress Website

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How to Add Service Area Maps on Your WordPress Website

I already showed you how to setup a google maps API key for your WordPress website, now I’m going to show you how to add in service areas and locations to your Google Maps.

If you are a service providing company then defining the areas you serve is important for your business and provides your customers valuable information. It is recommended to add a service page that lists towns, cities and zip codes or areas you serve. It also helps in creating a visual reference for your visitors, which this map will do for you.

Adding Service Areas Maps Using Huge-IT Google Maps:

This is one of the easiest ways to add service area maps on your website. I have used this plugin called Huge-IT Google Maps to set up this feature.

In this video we will be covering the following:

  • Setting up your location and zooming options
  • Walkthrough of all the options available in this plugin
  • Setting up markers and defining your locations
  • Defining your service areas using shapes like circle or polygons and changing colors

Do you like the WordPress theme I am using? You can purchase the Divi theme from Elegant Themes. There’s a discount link below:

Here’s a great book you can read if you are looking for inspiration. This book exploits the full functionality of the most used content management system in the world.

*Just letting you know, I do get compensated if you make any purchases after using the link above or any of the links that lead to elegant themes on my website.

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