This article shows you how to batch convert zip codes to latitude/longitude coordinates using Geocodio. You can test the Geocodio service below to find lat/lon coordinates from one zip code.
With Geocodio, you can choose to get the raw data back (via spreadsheet or API), or view the zip codes on a map.
The first step will be to organize the zip codes into a spreadsheet. Your spreadsheet will need to have headers, as shown below.
Once your spreadsheet is organized, you can upload it directly to Geocodio. You will select the columns where your data is, see an example of the results, and be able to optionally add on other data.
You will see an estimate for cost and processing time before you submit. For pay-as-you-go usage, you will be charged on the first of the following month. You can also estimate costs here.
You will receive an email when your spreadsheet is done processing - no need to stay on the page. You can download an example result of a spreadsheet of zip codes to coordinates here.
Enter a full address, city/state, or ZIP code below to see an example of the results you get from Geocodio.