I’ve seen and heard about Agloco a lot lately. However, other than reading snippets of it here and there, and admiring how John Chow amassed over 10,000 sign-ups, I still know relatively nothing about the program.
However, I thought this would make the perfect contest as it’s a win-win-win situation for everybody (Agloco, winner, and myself). Here’s the contest:
The person who sends in the best quality review of Agloco for the use at my site PublisherSpot will get the benefit of referring me into Agloco.
Now, I can certainly understand how that may appear funny, ludicrous, and conceited, but I think it’s a fair prize. I cannot guarantee thousands or even hundreds of sign-ups, but I will obviously be putting the review on PublisherSpot which will in turn help the winner of the contest. I may also advertise Agloco on my blog and through PublisherForums.com. I’ve been paying $40 per review on PublisherSpot, but I think you’ll agree that this prize is (potentially) much greater.
Again, I can’t promise a billion sign-ups or even ten, but I will sign up under your referral code and you’ll receive the benefit of all those people that I do sign up. The potential of this prize is very large.
Here are the contest rules:
- E-mail the review to email@example.com.
- Review must be custom written for PublisherSpot and can’t be duplicated anywhere.
- PublisherSpot will obtain 100% ownership of the review if chosen as the winner.
- The winning review will be selected when received; there is no deadline.
- I reserve the right to not chose a winner.
Here are some guidelines and hints to write a winning review:
- Take a look at the other reviews at PublisherSpot.com to get an idea of the quality, length, and format we’re looking for.
- The review should be written in mostly an objective style, but some subjective and personal dispotion is welcome.
- You should be very familiar with Agloco and have experience with it before writing the review.
- Be sure to be detailed and have up-to-date information.
- No images or screenshots, please.
- If there are any spelling mistakes or poor grammar, the review will not stand a chance of winning.
(We’ll see if anyone partipates now, lol)