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We've just released an update to the Twitter Maps application in the Bing Maps Application Gallery. NOW, you can embed our Twitter Maps functionality into your own web site. This means you can be cool by having a Bing Map on your web site, blog, favorite social networking site with the Tweets you care about. And, WOW, it’s super easy.
You can do this in four easy steps:
CP – Follow me on Twitter @ChrisPendleton
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The embed code does not work when you set it to "Fixed". "Anywhere" works fine. See www.liveside.net/.../embed-bing-maps-twitter-maps-in-your-website.aspx
It seems that Silverlight enabled Map Apps are responsible for providing embed code options. Why not take the same approach as classic Bing Maps?
Very impressive tool. I tried it.
This is a brilliant social tool!
Thanks for this great post - I will be sure to check out your blog more often.
so i can have a BING MAP on my website, even when i cant get my business onto BING MAPS, How to add a BUSINESS LISTING outsde USA?
So when are BING going to format listings for the UK, i come back in a few months and try again.
@Crystal - Yes. Submit your outside the US businesses here: www.marketlocation.com/changereq.
@John - Silverlight gives us more flexibility in the application gallery. You can have AJAX Twitter Maps. There's an option for that in the EMBED feature.
This is sweet.
I'm going on a cross country this with my family summer and would love to use this same idea for my family's blog posts. I'd like to overlay the geocoded posts on top of an alrady saved map. Instead of using Twitter I was thinking of using something like Ping.fm so we could handle multiple media types.
Does anyone have any ideas for an already built app that can handle this?
Is there a Tumblr version?
I just found the geotagging via WordPress. I've got my fingers crossed for a quick integration!
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