I'm in the process of experimenting at moving a Google Sites website to WordPress (Pro). I'm really enthusiastic about what is available with WP.com. The current site at http://www.k9shrink.com has a Google map embedded in the home page. This is appropriate for the type of business, as visitors can quickly see where the shop is located. Users are unlikely to click on a [go to map] link, but having the interactive map displayed is ideal. On the main landing page of http://jondr.com I attempted to use the code from the Google Sites page. It will not work because the Google code uses the archaic <iframe> tag which is disallowed (and removed) from the WP page. I know there is a way to embed Google maps if I were using WordPress.org software, but I'm not. I simply want to use WordPress.com and have a Google map embedded in a page. I'm really new at WordPress.com, having less than one day exposure, so be gentle. I'm trying to learn.
Is this possible? If anyone has an idea of how this might be done, I'd really appreciate hearing about it.
The blog I need help with is jondr.com.