I just did a check of my AGLOCO account and noticed that I have passed the 21,000 sign up mark. As I write this, my network stands at 21,067 people and surf hours for the month have more than double from the last update.
You Rank In The Top 0.00%
It looks like AGLOCO needs to add another zero to their referral calculator because it looks like I broke it. When I was at 20,000, I was ranked in the top 0.01% of all affiliate with referrals. Now I’m in the top 0.00%. That’s kinda neat when you think about it.
Other than breaking another milestone, not much news is coming out of AGLOCO. They are still working on improving the Viewbar and getting more advertisers. The company did made a blog post explaining how revenue and cash pay will work but I already covered that in my 19,000 referral update.
Basically, the ad revenue will be divided by the total number of network hours to arrive at a cost per hour (this is after AGLOCO takes their 10%). Once you have your cost per hour, take that number and multiply it by your total accumulated hours. For example I have 5,665.9 hours accumulated. If each hour was worth 15 cents, I would get $849.88.
It is possible that the company will offer a higher pay rate for personal hours to encourage people to stay in the network. I personally feel that wouldn’t matter – if you’re not going to do it for 15 cents, you’ll likely won’t do it for 30 cents. A better idea would be to increase the number of allowable surf hour. Right now, surfing five hours a month is too damn easy.
This Thing Builds Itself
The only thing I’ve done to promote AGLOCO has been these updates and I can even stop that and the network will keep building. The beauty of a system like AGLOCO is once the foundation is laid out, the thing takes on a life of its own. I can’t stop it even if I want to. I do credit AGLOCO with helping me focus more on affiliate marketing. If you check my blog income from six months back, you’ll see that I didn’t even do affiliate marketing. Now it’s my number two money maker.