Bullseye Store Locator Service Announces New Interface with Map on Top!

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Bullseye Store Locator service has launched a new search interface that allows companies to fit a store locator into a narrow space on a web page. In addition, the interface has some added flexibility for adjusting height. Customers can also allow their locations to display coupons when they come up in the search results.

Add a WordPress Store Locator in 5 Minutes with Bullseye Locations

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With the increasing usage of WordPress as a content management system (CMS) for powering full websites, we are often asked what is the easiest way to add  Bullseye as a WordPress store locator.  So we decided to put together these instructions to make it easy for anyone running WordPress. All you need is a Bullseye account, an embeddable locator interface (which you can create through Bullseye’s interface building tool) and, of course, you need WordPress. We recommend 3.2 or higher.

Introducing Bullseye 7

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We promised you some great news this fall, and here it is! Our team has been hard at work building a new Bullseye interface – we’re calling it Bullseye 7. It’s robust, easy to navigate, and bursting with cool new features. Here are the top three features in this release.

Announcing 4 New Bullseye Features

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Now Bullseye has 4 new features, including a batch location import, integration with salesforce.com, a new REST Lead Management web service, and a google map based option for our Facebook Store Locator.