We’ve extended our offer of paid addons and redesigned the application. Here is a brief overview of what’s new.
Global Footprint Network is a global organization founded in the 1990s in the US and its mission is to fight for sustainability and track human impact on our planet. The community map project #MoveTheDay is now launching to support eco-friendly projects and network people from around the globe.
Community map Swimplaces is joining the Mapotic family. The largest database of natural swimming in the Czech Republic will have new features and will be part of mapping platform Mapotic.
A local map guide of destinations attracts tourists to authentic experiences and helps demands for longer stays and better rankings.
At the end of 2018, we launched a revenue model which enabled community leaders to use their insights and knowledge to develop their own branded app.
In the previous post we discussed the four keys to leveraging digital maps to build a community. For this post, we will share how you can form and begin to grow your own committed and engaging group.
The team at Mapotic have been busy in recent weeks. As we ramp up our product features and expand our reach to all four corners of the globe, we’ve also been conducting research into how we can improve our solution for users.
For Libor, the major challenge was finding the right way to share and showcase where he discovered Nepomuks and let other seekers help him. Collaboration with Mapotic transformed the engagement…
VozejkMap is a unified and easy-to-use map of barrier-free sites not only in the Czech Republic.
Mapotic was founded as a spin-off project of a software company COEX and, simply stated, is a social map network.
One of Patients IBD’s major projects, WC Kompas, is about mapping every publicly accessible toilet in the Czech Republic. And it’s here that Mapotic is stepping in to help.
With the Mapotic platform focus on knowledge sharing and exchange, this is empowering the community to find the most recent information about each place in the map feed section.
It’s not only about growing beautiful gardens and organic waste composting places on the map, but about community and real human connections.
There is untapped potential hidden in the geolocation data and in the new ways of using it. By simply displaying static data in a map, we get a new context, and a combination of various freely available datasets or user engagement gives us options that we couldn’t imagine before.
Maps can serve as an interesting and fresh way to bring fresh wind into the well known marketing strategy – the competition. Competition is a grateful tool for brand awareness and the acquisition of new customers. We tried it out on a joint project with the travel agency Mandala Adventures.
Mapotic ranked number three in prestigious competition Vodafone Idea of the Year 2017.
PRAGUE – Mapotic is in the finals of Vodafone Idea of the Year competition.
Press realease how Mapotic makes life easier