Now that we’ve finally tasted the full potential of the globalized economy, thanks to Paypal going full-circle, I’m hopeful that e-commerce in the Philippines would flourish in whatever way, shape or form and Filipinos would start shedding their paranoia over online transactions.
Here’s my Top 10 list of where you can use your new Paypal account:
Text Link Ads – before, you can only request for cheques via Registered Mail and that takes about 25 days to arrive in your local post office (assuming that it doesn’t get lost along the way).
Chitika – this used to be the buzz last year but after several re-alignments, bloggers started dropping it off their list. Still, for those very few who are still using it, they’d be able to get whatever small amount of revenue they had floating in there. Just got my $32.58 from there the other day (and that’s for the whole year of 2006).
Feedburner Ad Network (FAN) – after joining FAN over 7 months ago, I wasn’t really abl to receive anything from them since only payment option was Paypal. The earning wasn’t that significant, and ever since Google bought them 4 months ago, no advertiser has since been coming back. Still, I was able to recover my payments from them thru Paypal.
Kontera – their minimum payment is $100 so you don’t get paid if you haven’t accumulated that much. But with Paypal, they transmit your revenues at the end of the month whatever the amount is.
Pay Per Post – I don’t have an account here but I know they only accept Paypal too at the start.
ReviewMe – this service is owned by the same company handling TLA (see #1)
Clicksor – an PPC alternative, Clicksor is one of the earlier direct competitor to AdSense
Revver – yup, you can make money from your videos too.
The best thing is, you can now easily get donations from your readers using your Paypal account. Ain’t that neat?
P.S. Some of the links are my affiliates.