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September 05, 2006

How do I Setup A FrappR Map?

posted by MR WAVETHEORY at 9/05/2006 01:32:00 AM
If you have a website and want to build a community, FrappR gives you an easy for your users to add themselves to a map, interact, so that now they can all learn where everyone comes from. It's a cool Web 2.0 mashup created with Google Maps. I setup a FrappR in about 3 minutes, because I'm curious where my readers were coming from. Click here to check out Mr Wave Theory's FrappR map and shout out your location.

Setting up a FrappR is very easy.

1) First go FrappR and get yourself a FrappR account.
2) When you are done, go to your home page and click on the button that says "Create New Map."
3) Type in a name for your map and click on "Location" to indicate where you are from, and click "Create Map". You're done!

Invite Your Friends!

1) Setting up a FrappR map easy. When you done, you definitely want to invite your friends, so you can populate your map. The best option is to let FrappR import your contacts from Yahoo Mail, Gmail, MySpace, and Hotmail.

Don't Forget to Add Your FrappR Map to your Website

1) This is crucial. After all your hard work, add your FrappR map to your MySpace, Hi5, or Friendster account. FrappR can add it automatically for MySpace and Friendster.

Voila! Done! Finito! This is what my map looks like. Now, if you found this tutorial useful, do me a favor, and shout out your location on my FrappR map.

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