There was an incessant exchange of emails between my publisher, myself and Angelo the other day, pondering on how Splashpress Media can help
We joined in with Mike Villar’s Philippine Aid efforts. Great job, Mike!
Click on the “copy” tab to get the code to embed on your blogs.
We are also conducting a network-wide fund drive and to supplement this, have also developed a couple of badges (thanks to Angelo) which you can attach onto your own blogs that directly link to donation pages. We’re running this across our network and it would be great too if our friends in the blogosphpere can help out.
It’s been a while since we recorded something. In this podcast for the b5media technology channel, Mike
Not that I’m preempting a regular b5media tech podcast – I don’t want to promise anything. But I do hope I can keep this up and open the invitation to the other b5media tech channel bloggers.
Lola (Filipino for grandma) needs money to buy more jewelry. What’s the fastest way to remit money to the Philippines but through Xoom?
It’s been days since I applied for my Union Bank EON card (so that I can link it to my PayPal account) but still no word. When PayPal fails, there is still always Xoom 🙂
The life of Darcie, our b5 HQ manager, has been made much easier with the release of full PayPal support in the Philippines. Ever since 2005, b5media has been using Xoom to pay Philippine-based bloggers their monthly income. The service was actually very reliable until two years later – today,
The Xoom payment ceiling was especially tiresome for me as I served as a payment hub for three bloggers. PayPal’s grand return will sure make a lot of people at b5media happy.
Mike Abundo was most poetic about it:
Let that sink in for a second. Rural Filipinos can now sell their townsâ€™ products directly to the world over eBay. Talented Filipina babes can become the next Happy Slip by posting their videos on Revver. The Philippines â€” indeed, individual Filipinos â€” can finally earn money in the global Long Tail of ecommerce.
Nope, it’s not April 1. Thank god. This is the real deal.