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February 17, 2007

AGLOCO - An Internet Revolution

The Easiest Money You'll Ever Make Online. . .

100% FREE

Own The Internet!

Get Paid For Something You Are Already Doing...Using The Internet!
This Is NOT A Business Opportunity...There Is NO COST...Ever!

Yet...This Can Put More Money In Your Pocket Than Anything
You Are Doing Right Now. Confused? Read on...

I recently joined AGLOCO because of a friend recommended it to me. I am nowpromoting it to you because I like the idea and I want you to share in what I think willbe an exciting new Internet concept that is their slogan:'Own the Internet'.

AGLOCO’s story is simple:

Do you realize how valuable you are? Advertisers, search providers and online retailers are paying billions to reach
you while you surf. How much of that money are you making? NONE!

AGLOCO thinks you deserve a piece of the action.

AGLOCO collects money from those companies on behalf of its members. (For example, Google currently pays AOL 10 cents for every Google search by an AOL user. And Google still has enough profit to pay $1.6 billion dollars for YouTube, an 18-month old site full of content that YouTube’s users did not get paid for!

AGLOCO will work to get its Members their share of this and more.

AGLOCO is building a new form of online community that they call an Economic Network. They are not only paying Members their fair share, but they’re building a community that will generate the kind of fortune that YouTube. But instead of that wealth making only a few people rich, the entire community will get its share.

What's the catch? No catch - no spyware, no pop-ups and no spam - membership and software are free and AGLOCO is 100% member owned. Privacy is a core value and AGLOCO never sells or rents member information. So do both both of us a favor: Sign up for AGLOCO right now! If you use this link to sign up, I automatically get credit for referring you and helping to build AGLOCO.

AGLOCO is a definitely a lifetime opportunity - never miss it.

Now, if you aren't yet a member, after everything I just told you, you're not going to go and sign up?

I joined AGLOCO because ...
  • I might make a lot of money if this works (and I have nothing to lose if it doesn't.)
  • I use the Internet just as I always have - and still make money
  • I like the idea of getting my share of all the billions of wealth being created on the Internet - even if I am not going to be a millionaire because of this.
  • The reason I think I might make a lot of money is that I'm inviting people to join and AGLOCO(tm) rewards people who help build the network.
  • I used the AGLOCO(tm) member calculator - I can get over 5,000 shares a month if I sign up 10 good people who recruit more new members.
So don't wait and sign up now
browse internet as usual.

More info:

There are different ways AGLOCO can make money for its Members:

Cash: You get cash by surfing the Internet while the "Viewbar" is running. AGLOCO's profits are distributed back to its Members. And you can also receive real-time discounts should you choose to purchase from AGLOCO's partners. They will never include gambling or adult entertainment sites as partners.

If you want to join as a Member, you download a piece of software called the Viewbar. It's like a toolbar that sits at the bottom of your desktop, and it will be available soon.


You get paid money for every hour it's Viewbar is open. Further, you get paid for every hour that your friends view the Viewbar. And your money extends 5 levels deep - you, signing up friends who sign up their friends who sign up their friends who sign up their friends who sign up their friends, and you make money at every level.

Essentially, viewbar collects on your behalf some of the revenue you would usually generate for other people while you conduct your everyday browsing. Then, it returns most of this money to you.

And the money adds up fast.

Say you have 5 people you end up signing up, and they sign up 5 people each.

That's 5+25+125+625+3125= 3905 people that are surfing and making money for themselves...and for you. With this small group your estimated earning will be $4886.25/month - This is quite surprising .... isn't it ??

Think of referring 100 people & they each refer only 5 up to your five levels (duplication will go on), your estimated earning will be $97630/month.

That's a great earning on autopilot.

And remember, it's absolutely free to be a member.

So What are you waiting for ??? Go Ahead and

Own The Internet.

Join Agloco

My Agloco Network

* My AGLOCO Network on 1 April, 2006*

Believe me this is not an APRIL FOOL ;-)

You can see the progress i m making...
My rank is now in top 0.98% among all members...

* Its just one month since i joined AGLOCO*

I joined Agloco on January 10th 2007. It is exactly 1 month and 7 days today. My network has grown from 1 (myself) to 172.

Thanks to all who support me in growing my Agloco network tremendously ... and my share too.

According to Simmons Report: AGLOCO I would earn 172 x $30 = $5,160 worth of shares.

The report states that each member would earn between $5 to $15 a month if the Viewbar is turned on for at least 5 hours a month. For illustration purpose, if each member earns $10 a month, therefore, I would earn (if all referrals turn on the Viewbar for 5 hours a month) :

$10 + 25% x (172 x $10) = $440 every month.

OK. If $10 a month is too high for a new company like Agloco, let's say we only earn $5 a month. If my referrals do not leave Agloco and they turn on the Viewbar for 5 hours a month, I will end up earning $225 every month.

You will realize by now that having a lot of referrals than having no referral at all makes a lot of difference. If you have no referral at all, you will only earn $5 a month. There are many people who have many many more referrals out there. See Agloco TOP GUN for comparison.

It is still NOT too late to join AGLOCO and start building your own network. Why don't you make a decision NOW? It could be the start of your exciting journey towards financial freedom!

To join Agloco, please click HERE

40 Reasons to join AGLOCO

40 Reasons

Why You Should Join AGLOCO . . ?

By: Michael H. Lewis
  1. You can make money safely, legitimately, and easily.
  2. It takes maybe three minutes to join.
  3. You don't have to enter any sensitive information to join.
  4. You don't have to buy anything to join.
  5. You don't have to buy anything ever once you are a member.
  6. It's easy to cancel if you don't want to be a member any more.
  7. You never have to read emails from people you don't know.
  8. You need nothing more than a working computer connected to the Internet.
  9. You'll only download a small free toolbar that won't install anything else on your computer, hog its memory, or read your keystrokes.
  10. You'll make the same amount of money even if you never click on anything.
  11. AGLOCO is the real deal, not some little scam. A good number of notable entrepreneurs are backing it. A Google search with keyword "agloco" will net you 1 million pages and counting.
  12. Very important: AGLOCO's business model has been tried before and proven to work. In fact, AGLOCO's predecessor paid out over $120 million to its members (this is what finally convinced me).
  13. You can dramatically increase your income by referring other people to AGLOCO, because...
  14. ...AGLOCO pays you a portion of the surf money earned by those you referred up to 5 levels below you. So...
  15. You can recruit your friends and all make money together when you help them get referrals. Thus,
  16. The sooner you sign up, the more folks will come to you for info and the more likely it is that you will be the original seed of a large referral network in your community.
  17. You'll never be asked to send emails to people you don't know.
  18. You don't have to change anything you normally do on the Internet. You surf, AGLOCO pays.
  19. AGLOCO's revenue source is genuine: a Viewbar members use that shows targeted advertisements based on your surf history, with the money paid to advertise going back to the members. That's not magic; that's common sense.
  20. The Viewbar software you will download will not invade your privacy; it simply looks for keywords on the pages you view in order to show related ads.
  21. The Viewbar is maybe the size of your taskbar at the bottom of your screen - in other words, it's small and won't interfere with your browsing experience at all.
  22. AGLOCO has a thorough privacy policy that explicitly guarantees personal information will never be sold or given away.
  23. In fact, AGLOCO has not one but three agreements every member must agree to. The bases are covered.
  24. AGLOCO has a CPO - Chief Privacy Officer - whose responsibility is to make sure your privacy is never violated. His name is Ray Everett-Church, and he has more experience protecting privacy than probably anyone else on the planet.
  25. AGLOCO doesn't play; anybody providing fake information, signing up twice, or otherwise trying to cheat the system will be detected by AGLOCO's anti-hacking instruments. This is an honest enterprise through and through.
  26. By signing up, you support the company that will change Internet advertising for the better.
  27. By signing up, you get to own a piece of the company that will change Internet advertising for the better. AGLOCO belongs to its members, which is to say that...
  28. will own stock (more if you refer people) in a company that is likely to become huge and thus your stock will be worth something awesome when AGLOCO goes public on the London Stock Exchange.
  29. You will likely find that other AGLOCO members, especially now in the early stages of AGLOCO, are some of the Web's savviest users and developers, and you can learn a bunch from them.
  30. You get to be on the cutting edge of World Wide Webware development, which means that as AGLOCO grows, its members will benefit from...
  31. ...discounts when members buy from companies affiliated with AGLOCO;
  32. ...possible help with spyware/antivirus protection (remember, everyone from Fortune 500 companies to millions of users will all benefit from a better browsing experience);
  33. forums where members can meet and discuss not just stuff, but ways and member-based projects to make AGLOCO better (it is our company).
  34. Our company is in good hands. AGLOCO pays 10% of its revenues to Infomediary Services Corporation (ISC), which is simply the management company that is responsible for managing AGLOCO. The other 90% of the revenue belongs to us. This 10% will attract the designing talent needed to make AGLOCO great. The corresponding 10% of AGLOCO's shares go to a foundation dedicated to providing every human being on Earth with Internet access.
  35. AGLOCO's management team will not get stock in AGLOCO. This ensures that those in positions of high responsibility don't hijack the company.
  36. Though circumstances will vary, you can get paid and earn shares no matter where on Earth you live.
  37. If you choose, you can donate your earnings and shares to the charity of your choice.
  38. If you get involved in referring more members, you might be able to quit your day job and actually spend time at home, with your family, on vacation, wherever - and still make money.
  39. If AGLOCO fails, you won't lose any money because you paid none in the first place.
  40. AGLOCO ain't gonna fail.The last time such an opportunity existed, people made over $120 million in under 2 years, when far less people had Internet access and conditions weren't yet right for such a company to go public. Now, with record spending on advertising and calls from all sides for less irrelevant advertising and a better business/customer connection, the world is more than ready for an Economic Network that gives back to its users.
be the part of Internet Revolution

February 16, 2007

Affiliate Marketing - The Basics

Author: Kathleen Gagne

Imagine that you could earn commissions on a popular brand-name product just by placing a link on your website or in your email. That, my friends, is "Affiliate Marketing"!

OK... So it's not quite that simple, but it doesn't have to be much more complicated either.

Let's start with a few definitions. An advertiser, or merchant, is the company who is selling a product. An affiliate, sometimes referred to as a publisher or partner, is another person or company who assists in the promotion of the product and earns a commission for doing so. (That could be you!) In between is the account management service that partners the advertisers with the affiliates and keeps track of the sales and commissions.

If you want to become an affiliate, you first need to choose either a product you want to sell, or an account management service. You will end up with both, but the choice of one will determine the choice for the other. If you choose the product first, the advertiser will direct you to the account management service that they already work with. If you choose the account management service first, they will provide you with a list of merchants that they do business with.

To see if your favorite product or company offers an affiliate program, go to their website and check the menu bar or the bottom of the screen. Look around for the word "affiliate". Click on that link, read about their program and requirements, and fill out their application. Some companies require specific types of websites to place their links on. They will email you all you need to know to get started.

If you don't know what specific product you would like to promote, or if you want to promote several, I recommend browsing the participating merchants on the account management service's website.

Try to stick to products or ideas that you are familiar with and passionate about. It will be much easier to market to your visitors if you can add value to the link you want them to click on. Personal recommendations or stories will get way better results than just a banner or solo text link. Give them a reason to "click here".

Welcome to the world of Affiliate Marketing! Good luck with your new venture!

Affiliate Marketing - How Do I Get Started?

Author: Hans Hasselfors

When you think about affiliate marketing, what do you think of first? Which aspects of affiliate marketing are important, which are essential, and which ones can you take or leave? You be the judge.

Affiliate marketing is defined as a widespread method of promotion in which an affiliate (or associate) is rewarded for every view, sale, and/or registration produced through the affiliate's effort.

It's similar to collecting a finder's-fee or the commissions typical of retail store clerks. The more one sells... the more one gets paid.

Compensation calculations vary and could be based on any of the following:

PPC (pay-per-click) a specific amount is paid for each visit

PPL (pay-per-lead) where registration or sign-up counts

PPS (pay-per-sale) a specific commission per sale is paid

If your goal is to generate your total income online, you can drive traffic from your subscriber lists to affiliate links just as easily as to your own product links.

What About Product Sales and Marketing?

You'll want to watch for great products and services with the potential to benefit your niche and your mailing lists. To build trust and income, it's best to recommend only those products that will be of specific interest to them. It's a win-win situation for everyone that way.

When an affiliate is marketing any product, the cost of advertising the product is absorbed by the affiliate. It's important to keep this cost in mind when promoting products. The higher the percentage of affiliate income possible from any quality product, the more that product is worth promoting.

When a product is sold through the affiliate's link, depending on the service used, the total sale is divided up among the vendor or service, the affiliate, the taxing authority, the shipper (if any), and the payment processor.
It is common and expected that all affiliate details be spelled out in the affiliate sign-up process. However, you needn't be afraid to contact any vendor to clarify their affiliate program if you have questions. Often you can telephone or email for a fast reply.

Is a Digital Lifestyle for Me?

Many standard retailers offer very small rewards for affiliate sales while most internet marketers offer around 50%. This is why being an affiliate of digital products can be very lucrative in a relatively short period of time.

Although the number of affiliate programs for tangible goods and off-line services is rising, a completely digital lifestyle can be developed solely from digital or downloadable affiliate products that may never take physical form.

You may not consider everything you just read to be crucial information about affiliate marketing. But don't be surprised if you find yourself recalling and using this very information in the next few days.

Of course it's important to note that as an affiliate of any tangible product, you generally never do more than promote a link to the product online. So in that sense it's the same as a digital product.

One of the best places to find digital products to affiliate with is They have an automatic affiliate 'hoplink' program built into their payment processing service so that affiliate payments are not left up to the product owner to process.

Four other good affiliate programs to check into are: (not an affiliate link)

Staying with reputable, well-known internet vendors makes a great deal of sense because you know you will get paid, when to expect a check or bank deposit, and you can see your account details online at any time.

How Do I Get Started?

There are many ways to approach affiliate marketing, but a basic starting point is to have a web site with text or image affiliate links to products you want to promote. Generally you want to stay focused within a niche or interest group to increase your sales potential.

If you have used the products, your promotional efforts could include a product review based on your own experience along with images and other supporting information. Developing an email opt-in list is helpful in affiliate marketing as it gives the promoter an opportunity to find the products with the most potential benefit for a group of like-minded individuals.

When providing a service such as this, most affiliate marketers are able to reach enough potential customers to produce some affiliate income. When a lot of products are promoted to several targeted niche markets, it is possible to create an income of substance over time. Especially when the affiliate marketer is only promoting quality products with a real potential to benefit customers within the niche.

In summary, affiliate marketing is a great way to build an income without having a product of your own, and without having to do much more than get interested people to view product information through your affiliate links. It's very easy to get started and can eventually put a lot of money in your pocket.

Those who only know one or two facts about affiliate marketing can be confused by misleading information. The best way to help those who are misled is to gently correct them with the truths you're learning here.

February 15, 2007

6 Steps to Affiliate Marketing Success

Author: Daniel Russo

The beauty of Affiliate Marketing resides in its ability for anyone to make incredible profits with minimal starting capital, without much work, and in the shortest timeframe.

Affiliate marketing is the most suitable starting point for an Internet marketing novice. Anybody can start from scratch and make quick money online, without first having to create his/her own products, services, or commodity distribution chains.

Unlike traditional marketing practice, affiliate marketing doesn't involve going through time-consuming, expensive preparatory procedures. There are only six easy steps you have to fulfill and your affiliate success is guaranteed.

Step #1: Identify Your Target Audience

If you are going to target your affiliated business on potentially massive profits, first of all determine individuals and/or groups whose problems you are going to solve.

Many beginners in affiliate marketing underestimate this important issue. Offering the wrong product to the wrong people they cut the roots of their newly born business.

For instance, how many sales do you think you'll make if you promoted apparel products to an audience interested only in IP telephony services? Very few, if any. You need to pinpoint your target audience to maximize your commission occurrences.

Step #2: Choose Respectable Affiliate Merchants

Study the affiliate merchant's website and sales copy before even sending any traffic over. Enquire about its conversion rates and visitor values.

A good test is to ask yourself if you would buy the product. It will be a terrible waste of resources if you would pay for advertising to a merchant's site, only to discover he or she has poor sales copy which does not sell. Think about it in advance.

Step #3: Promote Veracious Information Only

One more mistake many affiliates stumble on is in promoting a product that does not deliver on its promises.It is always advisable to test the product or service first before recommending it.

Not only will this increase your credibility and sales, it helps you promote better as you can then provide personal testimonials on the product.

Step #4: Elaborate The Most Effective Sales Message

Most affiliate programs will provide their affiliates with tools to market with. Simply put, the more tools provided, the more chances of you making the sale.This is because you can then save time by simply editing the provided materials to your own taste instead of creating an ad from scratch.

You can focus instead on the marketing. Similarly, having more tools also equate to more opportunities to get the sales message through effectively.

Step #5: Select The Most Profitable Affiliate Programs

The next essential factor you must pay attention to is how much you will be paid, in relation to your promotional efforts. A higher commission percentage can be a huge motivation to place higher focus on a particular product in your total portfolio.

Alternatively seek out products with a higher end pricing or those that offer residual income. You would want to profit exponentially from any effort placed.

Step #6 : Expect Your Target Audience To Evolve

Use your best guess and expect your niche definition to evolve. One of the biggest errors I see small businesses make is the reluctance to define a niche because they're worried about missing potential revenue from prospects outside their niche.Inevitably, these affiliates are run ragged trying to be something to everyone.

They never develop areas of greatness that allow them to stand out from their competitors and become more profitable.If you desire to become a power affiliate and bank in huge checks consistently from affiliate programs, you must further educate yourself with the knowledge required for perpetual affiliate success!

You can use as your inexhaustible source of affiliate experience.

10 Biggest mistakes in Affiliate Marketing

Author: Bob Bastian

Though anyone can achieve success with affiliate programs, not everyone manages to do the same. The reason? Well, there are 10 of them, actually. These are the biggest mistakes that make success in affiliate marketing very elusive.

Study them well, and read up on how to avoid them. Hurdling through these mistakes can spell the difference between monumental profits and dismal performance in your affiliate marketing campaigns.

1. Believing that people would just click on their affiliate links.

Though an affiliate's job is merely limited to pre-selling, pre-selling involves more than just displaying the affiliate links.

It also entails encouraging people to click on them by enumerating the benefits that can be derived from the affiliate merchant's products, giving favorable recommendations about the use of the same, and providing an encouraging offer that would entice readers to check out the package.

2. Believing that there's such a thing as organic traffic.

Organic traffic, or traffic that is naturally generated by a website, is a myth. There is no such thing! If you're hosting your affiliate links in one website, you can't expect people to find it just like that. You have to make them find it. This can be done through effective SEO techniques and efficient marketing strategies.

3. Believing that employing one marketing strategy is enough.

Some people actually think that submitting one article to the article directories would give them the amount of traffic they need. This is a fatal mistake.

Limiting yourself to a single, or even a couple, of marketing tactics would be limiting the number of visitors you could generate for your website. Also, you'll fail to tap into other segments of your targeted market if your tactics aren't flexible enough to expand.

4. Failing to study your campaign's performance.

Most affiliates merely check on how much they have earned per day, and if such an amount remains at low levels, they fail to make corresponding adjustments because, well, they don't know which aspects of their campaigns need improving. It is important to study every facet of our marketing strategies.

How many visitors are we generating for our website?

How many of them are unique? How many are returning?

How much time do they spend in our pages? Where are they coming from?

To where are they exiting?

These are the questions that can be answered by an excellent visitor tracking software program, and these are the questions that could help us improve the performance of our marketing endeavors.

5. Failing to find an affiliate program which actually offers sellable products.

Some affiliate programs may offer as much as a 95% commission per sale. But if the products are impossible to sell, you'd never realize the profit the program promises.

6. Failing to find an affiliate program with a proven record of consumer satisfaction.

The credibility of an enterprise depends on how people view it. If the affiliate program has established great relationships with the members of its target market, then it has established a brand which is recognizable for its excellent service. You'd have an easier time pre-selling such an affiliate program's products.

7. Failing to keep abreast with the latest developments in the industry.

There will come a time when the marketing knowledge we know would become obsolete, more so in the field of internet marketing where everything transpires at a rapid pace. You have to constantly update yourself with the newest trends, techniques and news in this field to always keep your competitive edge.

8. Failing to invest on knowledge. Knowledge likewise evolves and you have to evolve with it.

Buy noteworthy eBooks, special reports and the likes... those which would teach you the latest tactics to help you conquer your field.

9. Resting on your laurels once a semblance of success is achieved.

Success is not eternal. You have to sustain it. If you leave your business alone once it shows the promise of success, you're just setting it up for failure.

10. Believing that affiliate marketing is a "get rich quick" scheme.

It is not. You have to invest a certain level of commitment, a lot of time, some financial resources on occasions, and a whole lot of effort if you want to truly realize the many wonderful things that this field does promise.

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