What’s the best free classifieds website for the Philippines?
Have you tried http://www.metrolistings.org.It's free as well.This is the only site that allows for free posting to multiple cities in one click.Try it
Like Obed Cutaran said, it Depends on what you are going to sell or buy:
if you are ask for list of classified website in the Philippians, then its here.
there are the best classified website in the Philippians.
Best free Classified Website :-
There is another site, where it covers Philippines along with US, Canada and other countries. The classifieds URL is http://www.freeadstime.com and to post ads, you will need to click on the post an ad option.
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You can advertise FREE into many categories,
such as: cars, property/ housing, stuffs for sale, services, jobs and many others.
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Depending on what you are going to sell/buy:
1. sulit.com.ph (best overall classified site)
2. ayosdito.com (next to sulit.com.ph)
3. TipidPC.com (for Computers)
4. TipidCP.com (for Cellphones)
5. Ebay.ph (General Items, Has a good number of traffic)
6. Multiply.com (General Items)
Note: I am from the Philippines and sometimes buy and sell from these sites except Multiply.
This is one is the best classified website in the Philippines, http://www.sulit.com.ph
and here is the reason why.
1. Less Spam.
2. Multiple languages
3. Thousands of Cities.
4. Undoubtedly well organized UI and navigation.
5. World class SEO
6. Lot of features for logged in users.
7. Ease of access . .selldude.com For ex: http://manila.selldude.com
http://www.Wahoy.com is one that is specifically PH based, rather than being a foreign website with a PH section. Supporting the local economy of course, has benefits. The advertising will also be PH based, rather than foreign interests. So, that is probably one of your best bets. Personally, I would go that direction. Keeping the advertising dollars and support local helps everyone, especially for a country that struggles economically. I spent 4 months on a work visa in Manila and loved the country and the people. I always support local economies whenever possible, just as I do at home.