Maps Tell a Story. See What You're Missing


"It's a fast way to make it look like you did a whole bunch of work, and that's never a bad thing." - LifeHacker

We love maps, and we think they should be easy to make. That’s why we built BatchGeo, the fastest way to create Google Maps with your data. Just highlight your spreadsheet data from Excel or other software, copy, and paste it into our tool. It accepts addresses, intersections, cities, states, and postal codes. We do the hard work of figuring out where all your data lives in the real world.

Mix location with other data, such as pricing, sales volume, or other categorization to get a map that lets you--or anyone you share it with--really explore the data. BatchGeo can place multiple marker designs and even provides clustering to help aggregate the information within your data. Explore some of our most popular ways to use BatchGeo below, or try our tool now.


Maps for Your Website

BatchGeo maps can be private, shared with specific people, or made public for anyone to find. One of the most popular features is to embed the map within your website. No JavaScript coding is required. Your maps are hosted on BatchGeo servers but appear seamlessly in your website.


Maps for Your Business

Any business can benefit from BatchGeo’s location data visualization. Maps can be used to explore sales leads, for example. Or add your retailers to a map and quickly add a store locator to your website. Store any business data with geographic information securely in BatchGeo and explore it visually for insights you might not find any other way.

Using BatchGeo

The best way to get a feel for BatchGeo is to try our free tool. For more advanced uses, dig deeper into the functionality behind our easy-to-use mapping tool. Learn about how we’ve optimized for mobile (including iPhone and iPad apps), how to export your map data, and more details behind our technology.


Ask Your Map Questions

If you haven’t found your answer or you have questions about using your data with BatchGeo, be sure to visit our support center. You’ll find even more helpful topics and we’d love to hear from you.