The Google Geolocation API gives your site access to the rich mapping data that Google has built up as part of its Google maps database. If your website needs to show visitors information about the distances between sites, or the location of certain properties, or really anything to do with the location of postcodes, businesses or addresses on a map, then the Google Geolocation API can help your site stand out as a valuable resource.
At Webfuel we have extensive experience in building solutions around the various Google APIs including geolocation, directions, elevation, geocoding, places and roads API. If you have a website requirement that could benefit from leveraging the wealth of data within these systems then please give us a call.
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