Using Windows Live Writer makes inserting maps as easy as inserting photos. Here is an example. To accompany the photo of the lighthouse on Tybee Island, Georgia, two small maps are inserted to show the location as well as an aerial view. Both the map and the aerial view come from Bing maps.
When a viewer clicks on the map or the aerial view, Bing Maps is launched to allow more detailed examination of the location.
This post is published as a test for an article on inserting maps using Windows Live Writer. That article will appear in Live Writer Basics.