Turning Maps into Atlases

City-Wellness Atlas is an Open-Data mapping service featured at the websites of the National Government of Canada, The City of Toronto, The European UnionThe Greater London Authority in the UK, University of Oxford Open Data Apps Directory and Austin Texas open data developer community. On the web directory Cool Site of the Day readers rated it a cool score of 5.466 in February 2017.

About Open-Data, Beth Noveck-Former White House deputy CTO  on the question, “Can The Open-Data Revolution Change Our Democracies?”

City-Wellness Atlas create atlases using government open-data and publishers licensed information to promote open democracy. equal access to information and SEO. Check out our blog to find the most recent maps (aka visualization).

The campaign for this website is to get our Credit Score to 750 in 10 years starting from today, October 2017. What you need to know to play.

Based on the free Google My Maps platform that has 5M – 10M installed users (homepage) our atlases have added over 100,000 engagements. A few of our best performing maps include the Top 20 Chain Restaurants in America, City Guides of London UK, Toronto, NYC, Paris, our Healthcare and Social Service locator and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Download the Google My Maps app to keep our maps.

Sample an interactive guide will find local places for families, friends, coworkers, romantics and night life based on Yelp.com.

Google Maps, Yelp & Local SEO In 2015, Search Engine Land, “By now, you understand the importance of working with local maps and directories such as Google Maps and Yelp (and) you must be present there”.

Sample a multi-media teaching aid on The Life Of George Washington uses text, images and a TV mini-series. The information is made available for non-commercial and educational activities depending on the creators and sources of the information.

Ed Parsons, Geospatial Technologist at Google, “Organization of information using geography is very powerful”.


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