<img src="http://www.dtc-330d.com/46664.png" style="display:none;">
I Want a demo

How to use heat maps for research & marketing

ZoomProspector.com offers heat mapping on hundreds of GIS data variables for the whole country. This video shows how to create and share your heat maps.

Alissa Sklar
↵ Back to blog
on June 10, 2016
Alissa Sklar
Vice President of Marketing

We all know that images are powerful ways to communicate information, engage prospects and market your location. Charts, graphs and maps help tell the story of your location much more effectively than static lists of boring text and numbers. This can be critical for site selectors and businesses searching for locations. 

 But compiling your own heat maps can be very time-consuming. You need to trust the data is robust, reliable and up-to-date, and putting the maps together can take a lot of time and resources if you try to do it yourself. ZoomProspector.com, the U.S. national site selection portal, offers heat maps on hundreds of variables for every community in the nation. Searches and heat mapping are always free for any user - you don't even need to register for an account. 


This short video walks you through the simple steps, and shows how you can easily and quickly share your heat maps on social media, by email, or as a link you can use anywhere.



Generate your own heat maps today, and share them online. 

Visit ZoomProspector.com



ZoomProspector business location search national site selection portal Economic Development Place Marketing