January 13, 2011 -- Small projects now have a powerful, easy resource for getting their maps on the web. Mapbiquity announced over the weekend via Twitter (
http://twitter.com/mapbiquity) its addition of a free account option (visit
https://www.mapbiquity.com/Account/SignUp?product=free). The Starter account option provides up to 10 megabytes of geographic data storage and all the functionality paid subscribers enjoy, including data layer upload, map styling, and map publishing. This service is perfect for bloggers, web developers, and others who only need to display a modest web map. It's never been easier or faster to get a web map on a website - and now you can do it for free. Watch the video Zero-to-Web Map in 60 Seconds on the Mapbiquity.com home page to see how easy and fast it is to get a web map on your website.
Mapbiquity LLC was founded in 2010 with the goals of helping to bring web mapping to more organizations and making it easy to create elegant maps for the Web. Mapbiquity is found on the Web at www.mapbiquity.com and on Twitter at @mapbiquity.