Your word for today is: geotag, n.
Pronunciation: Brit. /ˈdʒiːə(ʊ)taɡ/, U.S. /ˈdʒioʊˌtæɡ/
Etymology: < geo- comb. form + tag n.1 Compare geotag v., geotagged adj.
An item of metadata which assigns a geographical location to a digital photograph or other item of digital content.
1996 Business Wire (Nexis) 29 July, Vicinity will provide a free ‘GeoTag Server’ that allows anyone to add a GeoTag to an entity on the WWW.
2003 Economist (Electronic ed.) 15 Mar. 19 The ideal solution would be to embed a ‘geotag’ or ‘geocode’ in pages containing geographical content, to make geographical queries possible.
2006 Pop. Sci. Sept. 85/1 You can go back and add geotags to existing shots using Flickr, Google Earth and a tool called Flickrmap.
2011 K Jennings Maphead xi. 225 Geotags may sound like a small change—just a latitude and a longitude on a Facebook status, big deal!—but they have the potential to revolutionize the web.