Thursday, October 22, 2009


Missing someone close to your heart, the place where you grew up, the delicious native food way back there or the people you were with in your younger years. These things makes you homesick
when you're far from your homeland. When you choose to work in other countries or your job requires you to be in another location, homesickness is your number 1
problem. How do you surmount this? There's internet so you can chat with friends and family.

Look for Filipino stores or restaurants near your area and go grab some food to satisfy your cravings. Scan pictures and it will remind you of the good times you spent with friends back there. This is common to most Filipinos because we are so family oriented. We love spending time with our relatives. Taking care of our parents and grandparents is one way of paying back all the things they did for us when we're young.

Though we're mile and miles away, we make sure that we are able to communicate and reach out to people close to our hearts. And we can't wait for the day we step foot again on our home sweet home...


Thursday, September 10, 2009

Keeping The Customers Happy

Providing excellent customer service is a priority for the property, and the employees. Returning visitors are easier to convert into paying customers because the more often they return to a site, the more trust they have in that site. A lot of successful websites depend on returning visitors to account for a major part of their traffic.

On the floor, the casino is making an effort to curb hopper fills and also alleviate long waits for jackpot pays. If the customer was playing any kind of online casino games, they could not just come up and get his money but the factor that they enjoyed themselves playing. But while the multi-dollar prizes are big-time attractions, smaller amounts of cash can drive business, too, as long as the casino can find an interesting way to deliver it.