December 28, 2006

AGLOCO - The Internet's First Economic Network...

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The Internet's First Economic Network

Today’s hottest Internet businesses are all about the power of social networks. Companies like MySpace, Facebook, and YouTube are worth billions because businesses see that these social networks are generating huge advertising and marketing opportunities.

As these social networks grow, the economic potential for its owners – and the advertisers who target the site’s users – is remarkable.

At AGLOCO, they asked a simple question: The users created the community, so where’s their share of the profit?

It was from this question that AGLOCO set out to create the Internet’s very first Economic Network, harnessing the power of Internet-based social networks to directly benefit the members who help to create the community.

Becoming a member of AGLOCO is as simple as completing a brief sign-up page (name, age, location and email address.). And it's free. Once you’re a member you can get the Viewbar™. Note: the Viewbar™ is currently unavailable as it's in closed testing. It will be ready for public download shortly, and members will be notified when it's available.

AGLOCO Makes Money For You

Search: Every time you use the Viewbar™ to do an Internet search, AGLOCO earns money from the search engine providers. (For example, Google pays as much as $0.10 on average for each search that is directed to its search engine.)

Advertising: The Viewbar™ itself displays ads that are targeted based upon the websites you’re visiting. When people click on an ad and make a purchase, AGLOCO receives a referral fee, which it will pass on to the AGLOCO members.

Transaction commissions: Many major retailers pay commissions when you refer customers who make a purchase. AGLOCO collects those commissions and pass them on to the AGLOCO members. (For example, Amazon pays an 8.5% commission to most websites who refer customers, and has cut deals for even larger percentages. The bigger the AGLOCO community, the better commission AGLOCO can negotiate for the members.)

Software distribution: Numerous software companies pay websites to encourage the download of new software releases (Adobe Flash and Acrobat Reader, for example) and trial versions of new programs. AGLOCO members not only get access to the latest and coolest software, they get paid for it!

Service distribution: Many online service providers will look to the AGLOCO community as a source of new and active users for their services. For example, many companies like eBay, Skype, and PayPal all pay money to people who help them get new users and customers.

Product distribution: When AGLOCO members agree to use products (such as: cell phones, high-tech gadgets, office supplies, new credit cards or financial services), AGLOCO can collect referral fees. Some companies even offer special rebate and cash-back programs.

AGLOCO - Much to Offer

As you see, AGLOCO definitely has a lot to offer. So much so, that it's created quite a large buzz in the blogosphere recently.

And quite simply, here's why: You get paid simply for browsing the web (which you do already). Refer others to AGLOCO and you also get paid for a portion of their browsing as well - all the way down to 5 levels.

So don't sit and wait on this one. Be a part of the Internet's first-ever member-owned economic community and join AGLOCO for free. Start spreading the word and start earning money.

If you want to check out the AGLOCO calculator to calculate how much AGLOCO will pay you for browsing, as well as learn more about AGLOCO, go to my AGLOCO money calculator post.

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  1. MLM for the NET?

  2. Hi Brian,

    Many thanks for visiting HBT!

    If I'm understanding your question/statement correctly, then I'd have to say, perhaps, yes.

    At this point, AGLOCO could most certainly be seen as MLM for the Net. Of course, whether or not that's an entirely positive thing depends on who you ask, I suppose. :P

    Nonetheless, it currently looks like a viable business structure brought forth from sound planning, sound foresight and sound execution.

    How it plays out to the end, of course, remains to be seen. But it definitely does very look good. And for free, one simply can't lose.

    Thanks again for taking the time to visit us here.

    Shine on,

  3. hey, i like ur site. i found it b/c someone was referred to my bloggy, http://yojimbot.blogspot from yours, but i dont see any links. just wondering how they go to me, but was pleasantly surprised by yours.



  4. Hi Yojimbot,

    Thanks for visiting Home Business Today! Good to see you here! :)

    I believe they ended up on your blog via the "NEXT BLOG" button at the top (upper right-hand corner) of my blog.

    Since my Home Business Today blog is updated frequently, Blogger sends traffic to the other Blogger blogs via the "Next Blog" button on my site. :)

    Hope that helps!

    Shine on,

  5. Great stuff Aaron. I really like Agloco and signed up under you. Any sugestions?

    Just PM me on the forum.



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