Olx.ph Invites Cebu to the “Yes, Yaman!” Campaign

After the recent success of HYPERCEBU and Cebu In A Bag + Celebrity Fashion and Blogger Event, we just couldn’t get enough of selling (and buying!) so we are super grateful for buy and sell sites that will help us sell items that haven’t been sold. Hello, OLX.PH – welcome to Cebu! 

OLX.ph (formerly Sulit.com.ph), the Philippines’ leading buy and sell site, becomes a more convenient platform that will inspire Filipinos to rethink what they know about online selling in the country.

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“The brand change is a representation of our commitment to change how Filipinos perceive online selling. It also reinforces the great feeling of being able to get value from items that are just gathering dust in your home,” said OLX Philippines President and Managing Director RJ David.

OLX.ph encourages Cebuanos to take a second look inside their homes. Their potential wealth might be taking the form of unused handbags, clothes, books, speakers, and appliances all hiding in plain sight. When we were selling at the bazaar, we didn’t realize we had SOOO many stuff to dispose and it could be anyone’s treasure! Quite amused that a pre-loved MAC blush in Magenta that I hardly used was someone else’s HD blush for a long time!


My sister and I during HyperCebu!

All of these are also sold at OLX!

This, as OLX.ph opens physical offices in key cities outside Metro Manila, starting with Cebu this year, bringing OLX’s mission closer to the Cebuanos. Cebuanos can earn money from these unused personal items by joining OLX’s Yesss, Yaman! movement and becoming part of the next one million Filipinos selling their secondhand items on OLX.ph.

“Filipinos do not have much of a tradition of selling second hand items so that most households end up with a clutter of items that are no longer used. If sold, these can turn into real value, which people can use to buy new things,” David explained.  All they need to do is take a photo of the item that may still be of value to others then post it on OLX.ph. They can also use their mobile phones to post an ad using the OLX app available for iOS and Android users.

Through the OLX Yesss, Yaman! movement, Cebuanos not only earn extra cash, they also free more space in their homes and nurture their entrepreneurial spirit. Check out this video of the Yesss, Yaman Campaign and find out what they found interesting in their households that made them rich!

OLX.ph assures Cebuanos that the rebranding is simply a name change. All the things sellers and buyers came to love about Sulit, such as wide variety of listings, free ad posting, and multiple seller choices, will still be reflected on OLX.ph.

He added that there will be no impact to the sellers and the items they have posted for sale. Even the local management team remains the same Sulit team that has been serving its online users since its launch in 2006.

OLX.ph is the Philippines’ leading buy and sell website that is committed to change how Filipinos perceive online selling and encourage them to join the millions of people around the globe who have already used OLX to sell their things.

For more of OLX.PH’s Yes Yaman campaign, visit their website www.olx.ph/yesyaman, Facebook Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/olxph?ref=ts&fref=ts and Instagram: http://instagram.com/olxph.

Kristine Gianna Roa

Kristine Gianna Roa

Kristine Roa has been blogging since 2007. Her first blog was Stylecebu.com until she moved and produced TheStylecebu.com. She has been a writer at the Freeman Lifestyle Cebu, Philippine Star and Zee Lifestyle Magazine. To contact author, email [email protected]

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