1. Works as a wizard
Quite practical, once you register you only need to go step by step choosing where you have your kml or georss file stored, you can also use a map saved as mymaps from google. The rest is selecting the bar style, display options, and more.
- Multiple layers can be combined
- You can add filters by selection
- You can customize icons or tags
- You can add features like wikimapia, local search and others
- Support Georss
2. You can host local or remote services
If you want to work seriously, you can store the scripts locally in the blog space; For this only a Google key API key is required.
3. Enable your AdSense key
For those who want to earn a little money for the releases behind the 256 kbps, it has the functionality of adding your AdSense key, so the ads shown can monetize your maps.
It takes a bit of trial and error, because some of its functionality is a bit taken from the hair, but apparently worth the effort rather than fight with the googlemaps API.