AllAdvantage is back under new name

AglocoDo you have plenty of free time at hand? Do you have a lot of friends who have a lot of friends who have a lot of friends…? Does the sound of words “Multi-Level Marketing” not make you sick? If your answer to all three questions is “yes” then Agloco is made for you.

The old “pay to browse” scheme is reborn under a new name. What is it and how does it work? You install a plug-in that takes the bottom part of your internet browser and displays a few ads. You then get paid for up to 5 hours a month for using that plug-in while you browse Internet. Besides to that you refer your friends to the network and once they start using the plug-in you get a cut of the revenue. Then you get a smaller cut of the friends of the friends revenue and so forth down to 5 levels.

While some get extremely high at the company promise to make you rich others are more skeptical. I personally hate MLM and consider it a waste of my time. If you decide to invest your time in it make sure you thoroughly study the subject and know what you are doing.

BlingoAlso take a look at Blingo. This is an alternative way to get distracted as you browse or to be exact as you search for stuff on Internet. The company places extra ads (as if those that Google has are not enough) around their search results and also pays out prizes to the lucky winners. If you are the kind of person who plays state lottery — this is not much different except you do not pay with your money but with your time.

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1 Response to “AllAdvantage is back under new name”

  1. 1 Stephanie @ PoorerThanYou Mar 27th, 2007 at 6:15 pm

    I like Blingo because I don’t actually spend any extra time with it. I was already using the Quick Search Google bar for 10 searches a day, so switching it out for Blingo doesn’t add any time (per day, obviously I spent a few minutes signing up the first day), and I’ve won a movie ticket with it.

    But Agloco… I haven’t bought into that yet. Literally or figuratively!

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