Monday, June 28, 2021

Published June 28, 2021 by Nidup Jamtsho with 4 comments

AdSense revenue in Bhutan: Bloggers and YouTubers

Google AdSense is a program controlled by google to show advertisements on the written content or video content targeted to the audiences. Fractions of money invested by advertisers are paid to content creators (bloggers or YouTubers ). Content creating job pays more than most other jobs but not in Bhutan. 

To generate AdSense revenue from YouTube, one has to comply with both the policies of YouTube and AdSense. Google AdSense does not restrict Bhutanese to monetize with advertisements. However, the YouTube policy restricts Bhutan (and few other countries) from YouTube Partnership Program. 

Chablop Passu, a renowned blogger from Bhutan, recently highlighted the challenge faced by aspiring YouTubers of Bhutan in his blog, 'Passu Diary'.  "How odd is it that some ignorant tech guys had deprived us of our sovereignty for a long time? Sometimes, I doubt their intentions. How could a big tech company not know that Bhutan is a sovereign country?" he questioned in his article titled ' Digital Sovereignty of Bhutan'. He concluded with his suggestion and opinion to fix the issue. Find the full article on his blog. 

Only a handful of Bhutanese makes money from YouTube by borrowing locations. For example, PindaPanda (Pinda Rika Dorji) a gamer and content creator is Bhutanese residing in Malaysia. Few others are residing in Bhutan but changing the locations to apply for YouTube Partnership Program. 

It is sometimes frustrating but has no option at the individual level. Have to accept with big hope for fixing the issue soon. Meanwhile, more Bhutanese should work harder to learn content creation. What if YouTube accepts Bhutan for their Partnership Program next year or a few years from now? The content-creating skills will be so useful at that time. Social capital gained now will be more useful. 

The GOOD NEWS is, Bhutanese can earn via AdSense from blog sites. One can monetize blog sites from, WordPress, google sites, and so on. Some of the monetized blog sites from Bhutan are; Passu Diary, Pelden's Diary,, and this blog as well. So, we still have a way to generate revenue with AdSense. 

Let us hope for fixing things and solving most of the unemployment problems in our country by content creating jobs.

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Published June 28, 2021 by Nidup Jamtsho with 0 comment

Earn while sharing the products on

Earn while sharing the products on 

Bhutan is slowly stepping into the digital way of doing things. People communicate online. Job applications are accepted online. Shops are also launched online.  A good number of online shops are launched in past few years and some are in the pre-launch stage. It is a good sign of technological growth taking place in the country. Out of numerous online shops in Bhutan, has one unique feature. 

Before naming the feature, it is purely to appreciate the feature but not to defame other online shops. Pandorabiz has an 'Affiliation Program' that provides up to 8% commission (current rate) to advertisers. One can make passive income just by sharing products listed on 

The products are listed from the partnering shops within Bhutan. Sharing products on various social media platforms can help Bhutanese owners partnering with the company and also bring a passive income for advertisers. 

Register free as an affiliate on and make a passive income.

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Friday, June 18, 2021

Published June 18, 2021 by Nidup Jamtsho with 0 comment

61st Birth Anniversary of Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpochoe

 Today (18th June 2022) is the 61st birth anniversary of Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpochoe. On this important day, let us join to pray for Rinpochoe's good health and longevity. May Rinpochoe continue to bless us and guide us by turning the wheel of dharma. 

Happiest Birthday La, Rinpochoe! 

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Thursday, June 17, 2021

Published June 17, 2021 by Nidup Jamtsho with 0 comment


For the first time, I  tasted Himalayan Chips, made in Bhutan potato chips. The taste is good and far better than I expected. It's neither about promoting junk food nor about supporting someone I know. I have no relation with the people behind the business. Based on the following two reasons I am sharing this product : 

1. It tastes better to other chips of its kind 

2. I believe in supporting Bhutanese by Bhutanese 

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