maps-favCrown Point Design was recently recognized by Google as a favorite location on Google Maps. We received a letter from Google that included a 5×7 decal that is meant to be placed in your storefront window. On the decal there is a unique 1×1 inch bar code that can be scanned by a Smartphone by curious shoppers. After scanning the bar code they will be directed to the company local listing on Google that includes things like store description, hours of operation, and customer reviews.

This unique technology is part of what Google Maps is developing as a ‘Favorite Places’ feature. Favorite places allows users to mark their favorite locations (whether it be shopping stores, hiking trails, or restaurants) Users can draw shapes to represent areas and lines to represent journeys and then publish your locations for public viewing.

3 thoughts on “Favorite Places on Google Maps Just Got Smarter

  1. CPDScott

    Hi Alphonse,
    Yes, it is a custom design. Let us know if you need help getting going with a custom website.

  2. I know this is a little off topic, but what template are you using? Is it custom? I love it!

  3. Thanks for the post but I don’t agree with all you said. I’m not the best person to judge though as I’m not really an expert in the field LOL 🙂 That being said if you could help me be a better blogger I would really appreciate. Any tips for someone just starting out? (Thanks in advance)

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