If you've ever used Google Suggest, which is similar to Google's "Did You Mean?" feature, then you know it's a handy tool. It offers alternative spellings for your query after you search, except that it works in real time.
Anyway, I was using it today and noticed that a whole lot of people are confusing the terms AGLOCO and Angloco since the spellings are nearly identical.
AGLOCO and Angloco are two very different companies. Angloco, according to its site, "designs, manufactures and distributes fire fighting and rescue vehicles and equipment, for customers in the UK and throughout the world."
AGLOCO, on the other hand, designs satellite systems used to link communications between Swedish military units. Ha ha, just kidding! If you you're not yet familiar with AGLOCO, you can read some of my AGLOCO posts. I have a lot of AGLOCO-specific information on this blog and I'm always adding new AGLOCO content. You can also join AGLOCO and start building your own AGLOCO network. AGLOCO is going to be big, so I really suggest that you do.
- Surf the web just like you always have.
- Companies pay AGLOCO for advertising.
- AGLOCO pays YOU for surfing.
- Earn money for those you refer - down to 5 levels.
As for the AGLOCO/Angloco confusion, some of the top terms from Google Suggest are: angloco review, angloco viewbar, angloco forum, angloco scam and angloco blog. Angloco review, for example, yields 96,500 results. Now that's a whole lot of misspelling going on!