Say Goodbye to MapQuest

Say Goodbye to MapQuest

Say Goodbye to MapQuest

By John Jantsch

I love using the mapping websites out there to help find stuff
and I have used both Mapquest and Yahoo maps for many
things but. . .Google just quietly launched Google Map search
and, in typical Google fashion, it’s a winner.

Verging closer and closer to becoming the local directory, Google
has combined search, mapping and directions with some sort of
Star Wars tool.

The best thing to to do is go play with it. You’ve never had so
much fun with a map.

From a business standpoint, it further points to the need to make
sure your web site is listed in every local directory you can find.

At the very least get listed for your town in DMOZ


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