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We integrate the database you bought with Google Maps. The integrated Google Maps includes all the basic functions, but with all of the businesses’ locations and data mapped out to give you better insights.

Here are the advantages of laying out B2B targets on an integrated Google Map that would benefit your sales force:

Understand whether you have enough salesperson coverage in each territory based on the location of your customers and prospects. With the bird’s-eye view, it’s an easy way to find your strong areas and weak areas of sales.

Assess the level of your market penetration by putting on view your customers and prospects on a Google Map. That way, you can see where you have not penetrated deep enough and can start planning your next strategy at the low penetration areas.

Identify the customers and prospects you can visit with a planned single trip, and cover as many targets as possible along the same primary route.

You can see the concentration of your targets and can plan a series of events or seminars based on the concentrated location of your customers and prospects.

Work out the right location to gather your team by displaying data about each Salesforce user in Google Maps.

If you know where your targets are in the integrated Google Map, you can easily work out who you can visit every day. In addition, you can provide telemarketing teams that make field appointments with the information they require to maximize salesperson efficiency.

Plan to locate your field support teams where you have the greatest customer density observed from the integrated Google Map.

All you need to do is provide us with 1 random domain (that costs $1-$10) and a cheap host (that costs $1-$10/month). These are used for integrating Google Maps with all B2B data you bought from our service. Each time you buy new data, we will upload it all to your site. Here's what you can do with your B2B data on your domain:

  • Create Unlimited responsive maps
  • Create dynamic heatmaps quickly and easily
  • Create advanced polygons and polylines
  • List your markers below your map
  • Get directions to your markers
  • Add as many waypoints to your directions as you need.
  • Show all your Advanced Custom Fields location on one map.
  • Sort list items by Distance, and by Rating.
  • Filter by Time and Date, category, custom fields, and more
  • Add multiple pictures to one marker.
  • Add descriptions, links, pictures, icons, categories, and animations to your markers
  • Add videos and multiple images to your marker info window!
  • Add custom fields to your markers and allow users to filter by them!
  • Import from URI (REST API), XML, CSV, JSON, GPX
  • Export and import your markers

SMM's FREE tool to upload all your B2B targets to Google Maps above is available only for VIP clients with the first package from $1,000. After that, you can buy a smaller package from $99/1000 B2B profiles to add to your Sales map that we built for you.

We create ANY data related to the client including their unique coordinates’ so that you can display it on the integrated map. In addition, you can use the standard icons in Google Maps to add more information to the Salesforce data laid out on the map. Eventually, you would have a powerful map containing practical values that are important for decision-making.

We know you’d have high sales and marketing demands to drive your company’s performance. That’s why we create this custom extra service to cater to your growing needs. Moreover, we will build a unique, useful tool to upload, update, and control your Salesforce client’s data and integrate it with your CRM online.

We understand how busy you are with your business and need all the time to concentrate efforts on it. Luckily, you can leave all the hassles of updating the entire Sales map to our VA, it costs only from as little as $199/month/site. The best part is it usually takes 24 hours to have all your updates online.

We always keep open-minded and are willing to envisage long-term cooperation, the limit is up to your imagination.


Geographic segmentation is most relevant to large companies when they target the varying demands of consumers in different areas and regions. Organizations with large national or international markets use geographic segmentation as an effective way to understand the attributes that comprise a specific target market better, based on its location.

Small businesses also utilize geographic segmentation to be more cost-effective since they have limited budgets. Geographic segmentation allows small businesses to discover the need to focus their marketing efforts precisely on their targeted area of interest to avoid inefficient spending. You don’t want to blindly broadcast your business opportunities to each audience group with the same message. The data obtained from geographic segmentation would be useful to create messages that resonate and trigger a purchasing action from consumers in that specific area.

The quote remains true even with the current borderless online internet age in doing business. Why? Effective geographic segmentation is a crucial component of any marketing campaign, especially when different areas need specific demands. Sales are probably the most important yardstick in any business and the marketing budget must trigger the audience purchasing behaviors. For that matter marketing campaigns should provide potential consumers with the most relevant messages across.

These days you cannot communicate with a one-size-fits-all message. You must create messages that are carefully customized to the specific geographical area to make the greatest impact. With ever-increasing competition, it’s evident that the increase in the role and relevance of geography in assisting to improve marketing communication strategies. Specific geographical data and localization play a major role in capturing new business opportunities by offering brands and companies backgrounds and intelligence that can enhance the relevance of marketing communications in different locations.

Geography is the study of the features and people of a place. It shows the businesses what products, goods, and services have a high potential to succeed in a certain area. The geographical data helps businesses identify what consumers want in a particular location.

In a nutshell, geographic segmentation is an important strategy for a company to provide services that differ based on regional factors such as weather, local trends and styles, distribution varieties, channel availability, culture, or traditions. Therefore, adopting an effective marketing plan based on geographic segmentation can be a major competitive edge for companies that understand how to ‘act global’ and ‘think local’.

Recognizing the geographic location of their customer base can assist companies to make smart decisions when offering products or services to a certain area. To increase sales in a specific area, a company must understand the value of that place and what the people want by applying the data and intelligence provided by us earlier.

Geographic segmentation is not the same as other types of market segmentation like psychographic and behavioral, in a way that it requires fewer data points. Therefore, it offers a quick and effective plan for personalized marketing at a location. You can almost start immediately based directly on the data and intelligence at the location to reach potential customers.

When you know what the customers in a specific area want, it helps not only to improve sales but also creates a better relationship between customers and your business. Offering relevant items to customers enhances the user experience and reduces their effort in finding what they need.

Geographic segmentation and the data and intelligence that we provide allow you to target an audience with specific and relevant keywords and demands from a certain place. It’s particularly useful when you have a smaller budget to increase awareness in that region.

You can also secure a high engagement rate from an area when you know more about its community. Each region has contrasting needs, shopping habits, and how they do business. Geographic segmentation data shows how people in that region communicate with each other as well as outside their community. You can tap their business opportunities when you know better how they communicate.

As geographic segmentation allows you to target specific audiences and deliver tailored marketing campaigns, you can generate profits faster while saving time and money.

You can have increased sales in a specific region, but finally, it became stagnant. That shows you need to revisit your geographic segmentation regularly to find a new target in other regions. You will drive growth when entering new markets or advertising new products in those new regions to get the best value from your campaigns.