It seems everyone is is hyping AGLOCO these days, touting how much money they are going to make off of it. If you already signed up, don't go making any plans to spend your fortune just yet.
AGLOCO will fizzle out faster than you can say dot com.
This site is really just a paid to surf scheme. This has been done many times before. Basically you put a viewbar on your page that lets AGLOCO monitor your surfing habits and present you with ads a computer determines that you will be interested in viewing. The user gets a small share of the ad revenue generated. I've never seen this amount to more than about $15 a month, even if you are on the web 12 hours a day.
AGLOCO promises to pay you a portion of the ad revenue everyone you have referred generates and then from their referrals and so on. John Chow says he has 14,000 people signed up in his network. Note that the viewbar is still in beta testing so at this point in time no one is making any money.
Here's the problem. No one looks on the Internet for ads. I'm certainly not putting spyware on my computer so I can earn a few bucks a month while being annoyed by advertisements. I believe that everyone is signing other people up but nobody will actually activate the viewbar when it is released. www.Agloco.com