6,000 AGLOCO Sign Ups

I was having so much fun guest blogging that I completely forgot to check my AGLOCO stats. It’s a good thing I finally remember to look because I passed another milestone today: 6,000 AGLOCO referrals.


This meets my stated goal of having 5,000 to 7,500 total referrals by Viewbar release time, which is coming up real soon. My hopes for AGLOCO to delay the Viewbar longer isn’t going to happen so I’ll just have to make do with what I got. I was hoping to refer 1,000 to the front line but 625 is not too bad.

Why I’m Doing AGLOCO

My experience with AGLOCO comes from AllAdvantage. I’m not sure if you were around the first time, but AllAdvantage was the first AGLOCO. Created during the first dot com boom, AllAdvantage raised over $100 million in venture capital and it basically paid all of it to the members who ran the Viewbar. I think that was the first time in corporate history when the venture capitalists lost and the little guy (Viewbar users) won. AllAdvantage went down with the Dot Com crash. However, while it was up, I made over $25,000 from it.

Do I believe in AGLOCO? Yes I do. I’ve been there before. I made money from it. People in my network made money from it. Did we get rich? No we didn’t. But we made money for doing something we were already doing. Even though the average member made $5 to $10 per month, that is still pure profit because this doesn’t cost anything.

The beauty of AGLOCO is the average member can’t lose. Unless you spend less than 5 hours a month on the Internet, you are not making any extra time commitment and it doesn’t cost you anything. If you never sign up anyone and just surf your five hours each month, the worst thing that can happen is you make money.

Look at it this way. You can sit by the sideline and do nothing, and gain nothing. You can join AGLOCO, just run the Viewbar, and not promote it. Still won’t cost you anything and you’ll make a few bucks. You can take a chance and promote it, built a network, maybe luck out and sign up some guy like me who runs with it (McCall signed up just 110 people but those people went to sign up 17,000 more).

If AGLOCO fails, what have you lost in terms of time or money? If it hits big, what have you lost by standing on the sideline? AllAdvantage failed, but I still made $25,000 in the process. AGLOCO may fail or AGLOCO maybe the next YouTube. I don’t know. All I do know is the risk to reward ratio is so great, I can’t pass it up and neither should you.

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