I find ZeeMaps to be a lot easier to use than GoogleMaps. It's more intuitive, I guess - really easy to put in a location (street address or name of town or name of building, even) and place a pin.
Because the ZeeMap results are not terribly attractive, I frequently generate a ZeeMap with all the locations I need. Then I go into PhotoShop, open a state outline, and then add the Zee Map as a layer, expanding it to the size of the state outline so it's a perfect match. With that as a guide, I can place my own map pin image over all the ZeeMap pins, so they are perfectly aligned for each community we have served. Then all I have to do is hide the ZeeMap layer, and then I have an attractive map to use for electronic or printed communications.
ZeeMap also allows you to color-code your map pins, which is great. When I am adding my own pins as above, it's a simple matter of grouping the pins according to color in Photoshop, so I can turn each category on and off as needed.