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Philippine eCommerce: First Paypal, then eBay and now Google Philippines

I had previously written about Paypal being announced in the Philippines a few days ago. And then several hours later, I was able to sign up for an eBay PH seminar with Jim Griffith of eBay University.

And then, I was reading Marc’s blog, where he writes about Google opening shop in the Philippines, specifically looking for a Filipino AdSense dude and other posted job openings. Here’s your chance to work for Google!!

From the looks of the job opening, it may seem that they’re looking for a product coordinator slash call center background to deal with different AdSense clients all around the world, and then localize some of the content for the Philippines.

They say good things come in three’s, so I’m not surprised with the dawning of this neopolitan delight.

By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

4 replies on “Philippine eCommerce: First Paypal, then eBay and now Google Philippines”

geniuses think alike!

another hopeful: shel israel is travelling around the world to do promotions of his book as well as incite discussion about local content.

this is an effort of the b5media blog network actually, so as sponsor i am praying that he drop by the philippines where a handful of b5’ers reside 🙂

And maybe Shel, you, Sasha and the other can share some of that US $ 2 million =).

Seriously, when he comes (I’m optimistic), we can put a spin to it and maybe make a BlogCon thing out of it.

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