Geocode Addresses Quickly and Easily

Geocoding is the process of converting an address, city, state, zip code or postal code into mappable coordinates. In order to use most customized online mapping tools, such as Google Maps, you’ll need a pair of latitude and longitude coordinates for each of you locations, so each will need to be geocoded.

Bulk geocoding using our service is as easy as pasting in a list of locations. BatchGeo uses the Google Maps Geocoding API, known to have some of the highest quality data available. Other services require you to write code or manually geocode addresses one by one, but our service performs everything you need to do in a few easy steps. The maps we create from your data can be shared privately, published for all to see, and even embedded in your website.

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What can be geocoded?

The most common geocoding task is one or more full addresses, typically including the city and sometimes state or country. However, many geocoders (including BatchGeo) accept several other types of locations. You can send city names (with or without state/country), postal codes, and state or country names. BatchGeo can even take common landmarks and business names. Most of what you type into Google Maps you can include as a location in BatchGeo.

Other than passing map coordinates directly, an address will produce the most accurate result. Geocoding larger geographic areas (such as entire countries) typically returns the center point of a place. As you’ll see, even with address geocoding there is a spectrum of accuracy. BatchGeo uses some of the most precise geocoding available.

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How does BatchGeo geocoding work?

Our geocoding uses the best available geocoding data, the same used by Google Maps. The Google Maps Geocoding API employs parcel geocoding for more accurate results. Our service makes many calls per second to Google’s service, quickly turning your Excel spreadsheets and other lists of addresses into fun, easy, and incredibly accurate maps.