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    Cyburbian WSU MUP Student's avatar
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    Free KML/KMZ hosting service

    Does anybody have a suggestion for a website that can quickly upload and host KML and KMZ files for public access? Something similar to Tinypic.com for pictures but for KML and KMZ.
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    Cyburbia Administrator Dan's avatar
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    Have you seen the advice Google offers at http://earth.google.com/outreach/tutorial_promote.html ?

    Promoting Your KML

    Google Earth offers a venue in which you can tell your story to others. Once you've finished creating your KML or KMZ file, it's important to make sure that you reach a broad audience with your story. In this tutorial you'll learn a few ways to make sure that people can easily find your KML on the web.
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    Hello, see this article: The Google Earth Community is moving to Google Groups... I use
    but for pratical use watch Google map, create your map and share it! this is my simple example MyMap: I live here

    another example is store it in a "cloud" ... in a folder of your hostting service... with Altervista you can do this for free...

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