FOODIE PAL ONLINE has been recognized by Feedspot Blog Reader as one of the Top 70 Filipino Food Blogs online

I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate myself on the accomplishment of having my blog, FOODIE PAL ONLINE, named by Feedspot Blog Reader  as one of the Top 70 Filipino Food Blogs on the internet.

I personally give myself a high-five and would like to thank all of my followers, subscribers, readers, clients, and sponsors for their contributions. It is an honor to be included on this list of the Top 70 Filipino Food Blogs on the internet, which is by far the most comprehensive list of its kind.

I was taken aback a little bit when I found out about it by email, because I had not anticipated hearing anything from them at all. Indeed, I registered my website a very long time ago, about the same time that I registered PAL RAINE as my principal website. But that was a very long time ago, and just last year, my major website was selected as one of the Top 30 Best Philippine Women Blogs.

Originally, I started FOODIE PAL ONLINE as a place to review food, restaurants, and cafes in my hometown of Davao City. However, I've found that clients from all over the Philippines have expressed interest in being featured on the blog, and as an advocate for small business owners in the food industry, I'm happy to include them.

And this recognition from the Feedspot Blog Reader is a wonderful resource for those looking for a website to feature their food businesses (though some compensate me by doing so), but I do not ask for monetary compensation in exchange. Simply provide me with your thoughts and suggestions on how to advertise your products, along with the assurance that your customers will also receive this information—no ulterior motives.

Being selected as one of the top 6 food blogs in the Philippines out of 70 registered blogs is a wonderful honor that allows me to share my experiences and opinions about the food and restaurants I've visited. And sharing this with my readers is a great way to provide them with information, not because I am paid (or not paid) to do so but because of my integrity and commitment to my advocacy.

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