AGLOCO INFO

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Agloco Viewbar

It's funny how the most important aspect of Agloco (the Viewbar) seems to be the most mysterious. Okay...its obvious why, the Viewbar will not be released until the end of February. There is one screenshot of the Viewbar released by Agloco. This is the description Agloco gives for the Viewbar:


"The Viewbar™ is a small toolbar that rests on the bottom of your screen or browser window while you surf the internet. The Viewbar™ software is what enables AGLOCO to collect the money you are earning while browsing the internet.
The Viewbar™ keeps track of your online interests and preferences, and uses that information to deliver the most valuable message to you at the right time. Because privacy is a core principle of AGLOCO, the Viewbar™ communicates with our secure servers in an encrypted fashion to keep your information private.

Some people have asked: “Is the Viewbar™ some kind of ‘spyware’?” The answer is simple: The Viewbar™ is the opposite of spyware. Spyware sneaks onto your computer without your knowledge or permission, it steals your private information, and it’s nearly impossible to remove. Unlike spyware, the Viewbar™ is completely permission based, it keeps your information private, and you can always turn it off with a single click."



The Viewbar™ also has many additional features:

-Search (which lets Agloco get us money from search engine companies)
-Contextual ads (which lets Agloco get us money from advertisers)
-Anti-fraud and other software utilities (which lets Agloco get us money from software companies)




Agloco states that the Viewbar is still currently in Beta testing, when the Viewbar is released (I expect end of February) it will be installable in accordance to when you signed up. Those who jumped on the wagon early will get the first whiff. Agloco suggests in the mean time we begin building a network.


I feel building your network prior to the release of the Viewbar can turn out to be an advantage but also in some ways prove to be a disadvantage. It is obvious why it is an advantage, of course you want to get a head start with the next YouTube! (Fingers crossed) But it is a disadvantage because many of those in your network may forget to install the Viewbar when it is released (in some cases 4 months after sign ups) and many will simply lose interest before the release. Another problem posed right now is people are reluctant trying Agloco out because, well, its all theory right now. All I have to say to those people is ITS FREE, you have nothing to lose, and so much to gain.

What do you think?

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Thursday, June 21, 2007

Agloco Info



Agloco is not NOT a spyware company, and it is not a scam. I assure you that I have done my research on this one, and they are a legitimate company that has come up with an innovative advertising method.

Not only that, but Agloco are combining their new advertising technology with a multi-tiered viral referral program, which allows you to potentially earn money from your entire downline 5 levels deep.

This is also NOT some MLM scheme. There is an MLM element to it, but all of the money you earn would come directly from the company and not from the people at the bottom of the pyramid. So there is really no way for anyone to lose from it.

AGLOCO comes from some of the same people who essentially invented the Paid-to-Surf concept with AllAdvantage. That company paid over $120 MILLION to its members in it's short existence. If you want proof, you can read about it in Wikipedia or go to Agloco website and sign in here. This time around, they are building a sustainable business, and while I can not make any specific claims, I think it will be the biggest payout in the history of this industry.

OK, and not only is there a potential to make money from it, they are actually giving OWNERSHIP of the company to their members. That’s right, if you sign up and refer some other people, you will own a piece of the company.

For anyone who is skeptical about this, I totally understand. I was skeptical too until I researched it, and of course only time will tell if the company grows the way they expect it to.

If you’re not sure if you want to dive in, I suggest watching this 33-minute video in which well-known blogger Robert Scoble interviews two of the top guys from AGLOCO. Scoble gets downright skeptical at times, and he asks the questions you’re probably thinking right now…


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Referral Example:

* Agloco user recruits ten people (10 direct referrals) –
* If on average, each direct referral recruits 3 new users (some will recruit many and some none, but the average is 3 for each level of your network) -- Value of 10 referrals $300
* The user would have 30 indirect users one person removed. – Value of 30 referrals $900
* The user would have 90 indirect users two people removed -- Value of 90 referrals $2,700
* The user would have 270 indirect users three people removed -- Value of 270 referrals $8,100
* The user would have 810 indirect users four people removed -- Value of 810 referrals $24,300
* Total referrals the user would have in the network would be 1,210.



* At an average value of $30 for each referral the total value would be $36,300

It should be noted that the AGLOCO referral system achieves two tasks:

* AGLOCO saves all the costs of marketing its services to potential new users. This is sometimes a major cost many Internet companies face. Other network companies like MySpace, Skype and YouTube also achieve this goal of users telling users, but in those cases users do not benefit in the value created by the growth of the user base.
* Users who help build the AGLOCO network are financially rewarded for doing so. Because most the value of network oriented companies is based on the size of the network, it is AGLOCO’s stated goal that the people building the network share in the value they help create.

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