Google Blogoscoped reported that Google has finally introduced YouTube videos into Google Maps as an additional layer. You can now view videos, in addition to the photos or wikipedia layers in Google Maps. Here is a screen capture of the "More" button, from where you can activate the video layer:
For example, if you go to Times Square NYC, you will find many videos that have been adding to Google Maps, presumably by geocoding the videos in YouTube as belong to a certain area. Here is one video:
So how would you help get your videos to show up in Google Maps? Well, when you upload a YouTube video, make sure to click on the "Date and Map Options" and then in the search box, enter in the location and set it. Here is a screen shot illustrating:
In the past, you were able to add videos to local business listings, but this is a whole new level.
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