You are paid for using internet(even orkut) - Bill Gates RRS feed

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  • Hi guys,
    Take cue from BILL GATES who has said that AGLOCO business model is the concept of future, where net users earn money for simply using the net!! The AGLOCO phenomenon has even forced Youtube to consider paying its users. Its an internet economic revolution, started by a bunch of Stanford MBAs, which none of us should not miss. Google returns 10 lac+ searches on ‘AGLOCO’ now!!

    Why not earn our share from the billions revenue we generate! and if that’s possible simply by using a toolbar while surfing, why not? We lose nothing cos everything for us is free and we have to surf the net as we always did. So, join in..

    With world’s most renowned Data Privacy Officer, Ray Everrett Church on their team, privacy is very strict, so no spyware, popups or spam.

    Skeptical? Just read d following link to Simmon’s report which states how AGLOCO will generate this immense revenue for its users:


    Acco to it we earn shares of $150 for joining n about $30 per referral plus part of revenue the company earns.

    Remember, u'll earn a lot more if u refer frens. Since anybody wud be willing to join cos its completely free, it won't be a problem. I assure u in a few months almost every net user wud’ve joined, so if u join today u could benefit from referring every1 else.

    Don't think, JUST JOIN using this link to sign up:



    P.S. To add.. This AGLOCO, founded by a bunch of Stanford MBAs, is a reincarnation of a previous model AllAdvantage, which paid its members $120 million before closing down. Agloco is using the same model, minus its shortcomings. U can check out for urself about AllAdvantage on Wikipedia.org.

    If u want very clear vision, See agloco's top official's interview here.
    Tuesday, March 6, 2007 5:27 AM

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  • most of Bill Gates predictions have come true till now...so lets hope this one too can come true in the future...
    Tuesday, March 6, 2007 3:33 PM
  • good article. i'm checking the site to find the exact details. Smile
    Tuesday, March 6, 2007 5:59 PM