Auction.ph's AdAuction --> http://ad.auction.ph/

Just a few minutes ago, I have received an email from Auction.ph about their latest "innovation" AdAuction. The first time I read their email, the immediate thing that came to my mind was Google's adsense. I thought: finally, a pinoy version! But as I began exploring the website of AdAuction, I realized it was going to be much like Ebay's affiliate program.

Nevertheless, AdAuction signals a milestone for Auction.ph. I think credit is due to the marketing department of Auction.ph. They have been doing a very good job in attracting customers through schemes such as free load for referrals, etc. AdAuction will surely propel Auction.ph to the top. Of course, that is dependent on the response of website owners and bloggers.

Ads will be randomly fed, no content filtering yet. Though AdAuction says this will be available in the future. Number of ads that will be shown can be specified and there is no limit. Users can select between image and text ads. Ads are also available in horizontal, square and vertical alignment from which various sizes can be selected. Colors are customizable. An AD Tracker is available which will give users a report on how their website is performing.

Members will be paid for every transaction completed which originated from their website/blogsite.


How do I earn?

Auction.ph levies a commission fee from Sellers at Auction.ph for using the AdAuction system.

Publishers (AdAuction Members) earn a percentage of that commission fee for every successful transaction that originates from their website. A transaction is considered successful when a Buyer (coming from the publisher’s site) clicks on an AdAuction ad, and confirms purchase of the item.

Publishers are entitled to 60% of the commission fee. The current commission fee in effect is P10.00 per successful transaction. Commission fees may be adjusted at any time by Auction.ph.

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As you can see, the success of this program also depends on whether sellers will be willing to pay a commission fee for using AdAuction.

Payout will be via bank transfer (only Union Bank and RCBC at the moment) or users can convert it to e-money. Minimum balance should be 500.00 before you can request payment.

I have yet to place AdAuction on my site, but I'm thinking of doing it (at least for the sake of reviewing it). So watch out for my review on this program!

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