We’re looking for a technical support star to join our growing team. Please, check out job description below: About Us www.storemapper.co is a store locator solution for e-commerce and Multi-Location…
We re-thought our mobile theme and based on your feedback decided to change its layout. Many of you were upset about our sliding map , which wasn’t visible until you…
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…
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…
On May 25th, 2018, the most comprehensive change to privacy legislation ever undertaken —the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)— takes effect.
Here at Storemapper, data protection is something we take very seriously. As a cloud-based company entrusted with our customers’ data, we’ll continue to view the treatment of our users’ data as a top priority.
Many of you have recently received an email from Google introducing new Google Maps Platform. As of May 02, 2018 Google announced a massive change in their Google Maps product, aiming to simplify the customer experience, by reorganizing their API products, adding a single priced plan with “pay-as-you-go” billing, single console and many more. On another side of this change is a significant price increase, which is one of the main concerns we’re getting now in the requests coming from our users. Let’s try to address them.
Have you ever asked yourself…”Will this store locator software really work with my development platform?” Then you have come to the right place. Storemapper works on every platform that we have been introduced to, and provides users a dead simple Google mapping solution for brands Worldwide.
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 purchase very soon. With Storemapper we try to make it that process as frictionless as possible so you get the largest number of in-store sales. But the data on how customers are using your store locator is also super valuable. In many ways it could be more valuable even than your normal website analytics or surveys because the purchase intent is so high. There is a very strong signal-to-noise ratio. Storemapper automatically captures usage analytics for your store locator. We have just launched some major improvements to our analytics view inside the Storemapper app (with more improvements on the way).
We’re looking to add a front-end developer to the team. Here’s what we are looking for:
A quick an important update from Google Maps here. As of June 22, 2016 Google Maps announced it will start requiring that you create an API key with your Google account and include that key on all pages on your website that use Google Maps. This includes the page where you have installed Storemapper so there is some action required.