WordPress.com allows you to geotag your posts and pages, which means you can attach a physical location to them. Geotagging comes in handy for posts about a particular location, such as your latest restaurant review, photo gallery from last week’s vacation, or travel essay.
Adding a location
When you’re creating a post or page, look for the “Add Location” button:
Clicking the button reveals the location picker. You can pick your current location, which only works if your browser or smartphone are location-enabled:
Or, you can manually type in an address:
When you click “Locate,” you’ll see a map with your location. If you’d like to use this location, click “Use.” If not, click “Search” to go back.
What happens to the location data?
The location data is shown below your published posts and pages, similar to the way your tags or categories are shown: