I’ve been tapping on these online buying + selling sites for a while now. Not only because they are very suitable for an online window shopping spree, where I can browse lists upon lists of items + products with just a click of my mouse, but it is also very convenient + saves a lot of time, especially for mums like me, who seldom have the time to go out every so often, as it gets in the way of our mothering duties.
If you are into online shopping just like me, I suggest you try out the local ones we have like AyosDito? You might be looking for second-hand-and-sold-at-a-much-cheaper-price books (which is my case most of the time), or brand new or previously owned baby items, like clothes, shoes or gears (which was my case for a while too, as I was in a hunt for previously owned high chair + walker), you might be looking for anything under the sun, yes, including an apartment for rent in Quezon City or a rare edition of a celebrity’s autobiography + you’d find exactly what you’re looking for in AyosDito.
Not only will they have a host of products you might be interested in, but this Buy and Sale site is also very comprehensive that they have listings from anywhere in the archipelago. So you can be looking for a vintage car in Davao + they will direct you exactly to a local one nearest you. How neat is that? It saves you all the hassle, the trouble + the unnecessary stress related with product canvassing. They also have a pool of certified trust-worthy sellers you can conveniently contact though e-mails or through text for your next successful + fast transaction.
You can even try to post items you’d like to sell or dispose of in this site. + you need not worry if you will be using the site for the first time, as it is very user-friendly, it won’t take rocket science to figure your way around.
One day, I hope I might be able to browse through AyosDito again for an ad much like the one depicted in the photo above. I’ve been toying with the idea of having my own house + moving out from my parent’s house, where I’ve practically lived all my life Wishful thinking really, unless I get myself a regular job (in that case I must consider getting apartments in Manila, there is probably no way I can save enough to afford a new house! But who knows, I might just win the Lottery, right?