Storemapper vs. Storepoint: Which Is Best for Your Business?

Storemapper vs. Storepoint: Which Is Best for Your Business?

If you’ve been on the hunt for a store or product locator you can easily add to your website, you’ve probably done some research already. You might have even come across two popular store mapping solutions, Storemapper and Storepoint, and wondered “What are the...
Strategies for Retailers Navigating COVID-19

Strategies for Retailers Navigating COVID-19

While every country is dealing with COVID-19 in their own way and on their own timeframe, one thing remains constant across much of the globe — brick-and-mortar business looks completely different in April 2020 than it did just months ago. And even though there’s news...
Adding Mapbox support to your store locator

Adding Mapbox support to your store locator

We’re happy to announce that we started supporting another mapping provider (Mapbox) in addition to Google Maps.  Many of you might recently struggled with creating Google Maps API key and were quite concerned about additional costs from Google.  We have added...
New Feature: Bulk Upload Enhancement

New Feature: Bulk Upload Enhancement

We’ve been observing how hard sometimes it was for you to work with our bulk uploader. Converting the file using the template that Storemapper supports sometimes could be a daunting task, especially when you receive your locations data in absolutely different...
Changes to search autocomplete feature

Changes to search autocomplete feature

This week we’re deploying a change to search autocomplete feature – a drop down with address suggestions that appears when you start typing in the search field. Following Google Maps Platform announcement after analyzing the impact, we found that exactly...
Update: Powerful Store Locator Analytics

Update: Powerful Store Locator Analytics

The main reason store locators are such a valuable tool for brands is that when a customers searches they have a very high purchase intent. They are using your store locator to find where to buy your products in real life which typically means they are very likely to...