9 Simple Tips for Better Proxi Maps

Follow these steps to make your next map, your best map.

Katie McClure

Katie McClure

Director of Marketing

In today's digital age, maps are more than just navigational tools. They've evolved into interactive platforms that can engage audiences, tell stories, and even drive conversions. If you're looking to harness the power of Proxi maps and make them work harder for your brand, you're in the right place. 

This blog post offers a comprehensive guide on how to create better, more engaging Proxi maps. This blog post will walk you through nine simple tips to help you make your next map, your best map.

1. Start with an Optimized Header

The header is the first thing your audience sees when they open your Proxi map. Therefore, it's crucial to make a strong first impression. To do this, start by creating an engaging title that grabs attention and piques curiosity. Include your name in the subtitle to lend credibility and authenticity.

Next, use your brand colors to create a visually appealing header that aligns with your brand identity. Finally, consider adding your logo to the header and linking it back to your website. This not only boosts brand recognition but also keeps your audience within your sales funnel, increasing the chances of conversions.

2. Use Categories, Tags, and Tag Groups Effectively

Categories on your Proxi map serve as a legend, guiding your viewers on how to interact with your points. To make your map user-friendly, ensure your categories are clear, intuitive, and helpful. Choose an icon that clearly connects with your data and showcases your brand. You can use one of the many in-house options, upload your own image, or search icons8.com to find your perfect match! 

You can enhance your map's navigability further by using tags and tag groups as sub-categories. This adds another layer of organization to your map, making it easier for your audience to find what they're looking for.

3. Make Your Map Points More Engaging

A Proxi map is more than just a collection of addresses. Each point on your map tells a story, and it's your job to make that story as engaging as possible. Start by giving each point a short, enticing description that offers valuable information about the location.

Next, upload your own photos to make your points more visually appealing. Remember, a picture is worth a thousand words, so choose images that tell a compelling story about each location.

4. Drive Action with Custom CTAs

A Call to Action (CTA) button is one of the most powerful tools you have at your disposal. It's the gateway through which your audience can engage further with your content. Therefore, it's crucial to get it right.

Instead of sticking with generic text, customize your CTA to suit your map. Be clear about what action you want your audience to take and what they can expect once they do. Whether you're directing them to a blog post, a product page, or a social media profile, make sure your CTA serves its purpose effectively.

5. Capture Leads with Proxi Prospect

If lead generation is your goal, consider adding an email capture form to your map. With Proxi Prospect, you can customize your pop-up form to fit your brand's look and feel, and capture your audience's email addresses effectively.

Once you've captured these leads, you can easily export them for further email nurturing. Combined with Proxi's powerful analytics, this feature can help you build and execute compelling email campaigns that drive conversions.

6. Collaborate with Co-editors and Owners

Creating engaging Proxi maps doesn't have to be a solo endeavor. In fact, collaboration can often lead to better results. Invite co-editors and owners to help add points and update settings on your map.

Not only does this distribute the workload, but it also brings different perspectives and ideas to the table, enhancing the quality of your map. Plus, jointly managing your map and tracking analytics can yield valuable insights into your content's performance, helping you fine-tune your strategy.

7. Keep Your Audience Informed with Date/Time Updates

For maps that feature events, knowing the date and time is crucial. Proxi makes it easy to add this information to your points, transforming your map into a dynamic, real-time guide for your audience.

Whether it's a street fair, a farmer's market, or a pop-up shop, enabling date/time updates on your map keeps your audience informed and engaged.

8. Boost Brand Recognition with a Custom Share URL and Map QR Code

Most Proxi maps are meant to be shared, and how you share them can impact your brand recognition. Instead of using a standard map URL, create a custom one that includes your map title or brand name. This ensures that your viewers recognize your content as part of your brand, boosting trust and credibility.

In addition, generate a map QR code that your audience can scan to access your map instantly. This not only enhances user experience but also positions your brand as tech-savvy and forward-thinking.

9. Highlight Your Most Important Points

Data shows that featured points on a Proxi map are 75% more likely to get clicked than others. Therefore, it's crucial to highlight your most important points. Whether it's a popular tourist spot, a must-visit restaurant, or a hidden gem, featuring these points can draw attention and increase engagement.

By following these nine tips, you can create better, more engaging Proxi maps that not only captivate your audience but also drive your brand's goals. Remember, creating effective maps requires practice and adherence to best practices. So, keep experimenting, learning, and improving. Happy mapping!

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