What Top Right Corner is that, Dave?
Umm, this page you are reading right now. Or any page on this site.
I’m asking because I have software that tracks where people have visited, and I notice that two of the absolute least visited pages on this site are the FAQS page (that used to be a commonly understood acronym/abbreviation for “Frequently Asked Questions” and the Best Places Philippines page.
The FAQS page:
In some ways, years ago, I thought this would be the most important and helpful page on this site. Whenever someone would ask a question of common interest … such as say “How Long Can I Stay in the Philippines?” I would enter that question on the FAQS page along with a concise answer.
That’s what having a FAQS section is all about … people can visit there and get answers to their questions without wasting their time and mine in asig the same question over and over again.
I explained it here and even included a link for people to ask additional questions with just a single click.
Here I will list Philippine FAQS (and answers) as they come in. I’ll attempt to put them in some sort of order, but issues and opportunities arrive in random bursts, so many of these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS) will as well. Got a question you don’t see “Asked and Answered” here already? “Shoot it to me” here: Contact Philly.
Apparently, this was a dumb idea, since no one ever visits or leaves additional questions.
The Best Places Philippines Page:
I started this page a long time ago as a place where readers could see “their” place on the Philippines “on the map” so to speak.
So many people have the question in their minds as to where they ought to move to in the Philippines … yet so few ever visit the map and have a look.
It’s a full-fledged link into Google Maps. You can do so much more than just look at some pins on a map.
For example, here’s what you see if you zoom in on my own pin on my home here in Marilao, Bulacan on Luzon.
You Can Learn A Lot About The Philippines With Google Maps
Also, be sure to go to maps.google.com and try the “satellite view”.
For example, how would traffic be if I left mt home right now to drive to my local SM City Mall?
So what do you think? Why don’t people make more use of the map?