What are we talking about here? The ability to visualize a list of addresses on a map is definitely useful - and it's what we're all about here at MapAList. Leveraging hyperlinks within maps makes them even more interactive for you and your users. In this first post about hyperlinks, the goal is to show you how to associate a link to a website with a pin on your map. This will allow whomever is viewing your map to click on a pin and see hyperlinks in the bubble that pops up. Furthermore, it will enable the viewer to click on the hyperlinks to navigate to a URL directly from the map. Sound cool? It is. Sound hard? Don't worry, we'll walk you through it... What does it look like from a spreadsheet perspective? There are 2 approaches to making this work, one certainly more efficient if you are dealing with multiple address records. In the sample spreadsheet below, you can see a column called Site which is used to associate the address with a website (URL).