Most newspapers in the country have a classified ads section that can come either daily, few days a week to just once a week. But in terms of reach to prospective buyers, it always pays to advertise with the top tier of print classified ads in the Philippines. Here is a handy list we’ve compiled for your buy and sell business.
The Philippines’ most read newspaper has both a classifieds and job market section daily from Mondays to Sundays for both private businesses and government entities.
Philippine Star Classifieds
The feel-good broadsheet that also has a serious chunk of readership has a hefty section of daily classifieds listings, sometimes much more than Inquirer’s.
Manila Bulletin Classified Ads
The oldest running newspaper in the Philippines is widely known for its Classified Ads section, with the largest number of listings among the top broadsheets. Manila Bulletin has also launched an online booking portal for posting ads to make it easier for advertisers.
Buy and Sell Philippines
Although not a daily broadsheet, the specialized print version regularly features products and services on its first few pages and the pioneering swapping corner section. Standard listings remain free with Buy and Sell Philippines while bigger spots command a fee.
Most print classified ads sections in newspapers require a fee, and this can be prohibitive with small businesses and startups. If budget is an issue, then you can post on online classified ads sites that have serious reach as well.