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Monday, October 29, 2007

5 Steps Improving Adsense Earning

You can be new and experienced in the field of making money online, the only one PPC program i see that does not need any expertise is Google Adsense. Adsense are ad units that you put on your website or blog to earn money from every click. Experience adsense users will always tell you they make $100 per day o even more! Why is it that new users like you are unable to do so?

Today we will going to teach you how you can optimize your adsense with 5 simple steps and these steps have been used widely by experts who are making lots of money through adsense, it is their number one income online.You can signup for Google Adsense if you are new because it is simple to activate an account with google.

Here are some 5 proven ways on how best to improve your Adsense earnings.

1) AdSense psychology. This one is theoretical and sensible at the same time. Think about it, majority of people are right handed. And almost everyone use the mouse with the right hand (yep, even left handed people do this!). This is a probable reason why 160 x 600 Skyscraper ads placed at the right side of the page generate the 2nd highest revenue. You can make a case that this happens because your reader will feel more comfortable to click through the link because of the closeness. So my advice is that you should never place those skyscraper ads on the left side of your blog!

2) Concentrating on one format of Adsense ad. The one format that worked well for the majority is the Large Rectangle (336X280). This same format have the tendency to result in higher CTR, or the click-through rates. Why choose this format out of the many you can use? Basically because the ads will look like normal web links, and people, being used to clicking on them, click these types of links. They may or may not know they are clicking on your Adsense but as long as there are clicks, then it will all be for your advantage.

3) Cut down on clutter. If you have menus upon menus on pages surrounded by polls, pictures, and lots of other features that can distract the visitor, you may really be hurting your Adsense CTR (and thus your total earnings). My highest CTR sites (well into double digit percentages) often have nothing but a title, an article, and a small navigation menu. Visitors are much more likely to notice and click on those ads this way.

4) Don’t use horizontal banners or ads.Google recommends that you use vertical as opposed to horizontal ads. Web surfers see lots of horizontal banners and ads and they almost instantaneously avoid them.According to Google, wider ad formats such as the large rectangle and inline rectangle also tend to perform quite well. This is probably due to the fact that they are more reader friendly allowing you to read more text at a glance without having to skip a line and return to the left margin every few words.

5) Maintain links to relevant websites. If you think some sites are better off than the others, put your ads there and try to maintaining and managing them. If there is already lots of Adsense put into that certain site, put yours on top of all of them. That way visitor will see your ads first upon browsing into that site.

These are the 5 steps that have worked for me for my few sites that i have on the internet and this information can be found internet wide. Everyone is talking about it. A bonus for you that is with all these in place, what you need now is traffic and you will need to drive traffic to your site. Remember without traffic means a loss of income.

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Explode Adsense Profits

Google has always been about quality content, but now with an added twist, as it allows you to make money off your content.

For those site owners who want to monetize their websites, the best way to do it is to go through Adsense. There are loads of site owners who are struggling hard to earn some decent money a day through their websites. But then some of the bright minds among them are enjoying hundreds of dollars a day from Adsense ads on their websites. What makes these site owners stand out from the rest is that they are different and they think out of the box.

The ones who have been there and done it all have some very expedient tips to help those who would want to venture into this area. Some of these tips have boosted the earnings of many of their fellow web owners and continue to do so.

Everybody can earn with Google Adsense by learning as much as they can from those who have already done it.

Here are some 5 proven ways on how best to improve your Adsense earnings.

1. Concentrate on only one format of Adsense ad. The one format that worked well for most is the Large Rectangle (336X280). This same format has the capacity to increase your CTR, or click-through-rate. Why only select this one format out of all the many you can use? The reason is because the ads will look like they are part of the web page they are displayed on and will encourage an increase in the click-through-rate. Some of those who click on these ads may not necessarily know they are clicking on your Adsense ads, but as long as there are clicks, then it shouldn't be a problem as it benefits you.

2. Create a custom palette for your ads. Choose a color that will blend in well with the background of your website. If your website has a white background, then try to use white as the color of your ad border and background. The idea of patterning the colors is to make the Adsense look natural like it belongs on the pages of your website.

Again, this will result in more clicks from your website visitors.

3. Take your Adsense ads from your lower ranked pages of your website ad move it to the top. Don't hide your Adsense, but rather put them in a place of high visibility where your visitors will quickly spot them. You may be surprised at the big difference that just changing your Adsense locations can make when you see your earnings.

4. Create and maintain links to your related websites. If you believe that some sites are doing better than others, move your ads there and maintain and manage them. If there are already a lot of Adsense ads on that specific site, put yours on top. In this way visitors to your website will see your ads first when they arrive.

5. Make an effort to automate the placing of your Adsense code into the web pages using SSI (or server side included). Ask your web host if your server supports SSI or not. How do you do it? Simply save your Adsense code in a text file, save it as "adsense text", and upload it to the root directory of the web server. Then through SSI, call the code on other pages. This tip is a real time saver especially for those who are using automatic page generators to generate pages on their website.

These tips have worked very well, and in some cases exceedingly well for some who want to generate hundreds and even thousands on their websites. It is important to know though that ads are displayed because it fits the interests of the people viewing them. So focusing on a specific topic should be your primary purpose because the displays will be especially targeted on a topic that persons will be viewing already.

Also note that there are many other Adsense publishers who share the same topic as you. It is best to think of making a good ad that will be somewhat different and unique than the ones already done. Every click through that visitors make is a point for you so make every click count by making your Adsense ads stand out so that people will definitely click on it.

These tips were generously offered by some of those who have earned greatly from Google Adsense by using the very guidelines they are sharing with you, so that you too can benefit as they have. If these tips have done for them what they claim, then maybe it can work wonders for you too. Try them out into your ads and see the results it will bring.

Consider this. If others have done it, there is no reason that you can't do it too.

The worst thing that could happen is that you could learn how to make money.

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Make money with PPC

Every day more companies are using PPC publishing to make more money. And the money is there to be made, whether you are an advertiser or someone who is providing the space for the ads on your website. Here are 9 steps for those who are providing the space and sharing the click revenues.

Step 1. Getting a Subject

If all you are doing is providing space for PPC ads, you can have any kind of website you want. However, make it a subject you know well so you can write good content.

Step 2: Know the Audience

If you have decided to do a website on ceramics so you can attract ads from large art supply companies, know what your audience will be entering in search engines. PPC publishing is highly dependent on keywords.

Step 3: Website Design

Keep your site easy to navigate and friendly to the eyes so people will stay and read the ads.

Step 4: Writing

PPC publishing relies on your content. For the ceramics website, the PPC provider will place art supply ads because those will appeal to your readers. Write well to keep people clicking.

Step 5: Ad Placement

Online, people’s eyes move in the shape of an F. Design your ad placement accordingly.

Step 6: Sizes

Big is not better in PPC publishing--pleasing is better. Don’t use large type or huge graphics--balance.

Step 7: Update and Refresh

No one likes old news--keep people coming back with daily or weekly posts on your subject.

Step 8: Is the Website Running?

Make sure your website is always working, otherwise people will never get there and you lose your ads.

Step 9: No Cheating

Do not click your own ads. Also, don’t have your friends go click them all every day. Search engines will pick up on that and kick you from the PPC publishing program immediately.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2007

AGLOCO (Simmons Report)



This analysis is centered around the amount of personal value an AGLOCO™ user could get, with a special focus on a user who is actively referring new users to AGLOCO™. Material used included the AGLOCO™ website (membership agreement, privacy policy, FAQs and general information pages). management interviews, critical blog postings concerning AGLOCO™, internet advertising and commerce data, valuations of other Internet communities and the business model economics of Google, Yahoo, MySpace, You Tube, etc.


The valuation conclusions are based on AGLOCO™ reaching two million users in a two year time span:

  • A user who has no referrals should receive ownership in AGLOCO™ worth on average about $150. (plus monthly cash distributions)
  • The average value of an AGLOCO™ user’s referral network should be $30 each in ownership shares plus the referrer’s share of monthly cash distribution.
  • The average AGLOCO™ direct referral should be worth in excess of $3,000 each (see example below for details)
  • The analysis also shows a range of monthly cash distributions of between $5 and $15 a month per user.
  • The AGLOCO™ business model looks theoretically sound – (assuming they get to a decent size quickly - at least 500,000 users within nine months to a year)

The cost of recruiting new users to AGLOCO™ can vary. For many users it is simply sending an email to friends or contacts – or talking to them directly. For others it is blog postings or website notices and for some users paid ads on search engines. The privacy and anti-spam policies of AGLOCO™ and the track record on these issues of Ray Everett-Church (AGLOCO™’s Chief Privacy Officer) makes the risk of getting spam, pop ups and other trash as a user a non issue.

In general, given the low level of work needed to recruit new users to AGLOCO™ and the zero cost in terms of money, the cost/benefit ratio of recruiting new users to AGLOCO™ seems to be highly favorable. Because there is no limit as to the number of referrals a user can recruit, the upper end on this opportunity
could be high (which means it can be worth putting in the effort to promote actively). This analysis was done two weeks after AGLOCO™ launched and there have been user postings noting referral networks of 4,000 and 5,000 already. At $30 value each this would be $120,000 to $150,000 so far, which means AGLOCO™ could make some serious recruiting users a high return on their efforts.

Referral Example:

* A user recruits ten people (10 direct referrals) –
* If on average, each direct referral recruits 3 new users (some will recruit many and some none, but the average is 3 for each level of your network) -- Value of 10 referrals $300
* The user would h
ave 30 indirect users one person removed. – Value of 30 referrals $900
* The user would have 90 indirect users two people removed -- Value of 90 referrals $2,700
* The user would have 270 indirect users three people removed -- Value of 270 referrals $8,100
* The user would have 810 indirect users four people removed -- Value of 810 referrals $24,300
* Total referrals the user would have in the network would be 1,210.

* At an average value of $30 for each referral the total value would be $36,300

It should be noted that the AGLOCO™ referral system achieves two tasks:

* AGLOCO™ saves all the costs of marketing its services to potential new users. This is sometimes a major cost many Internet companies face. Other network companies like MySpace, Skype and YouTube also achieve this goal of users telling users, but in those cases users do not benefit in the value created by the growth of the user base.
* Users who help build the AGLOCO™ network are financially rewarded for doing so. Because most the value of network oriented companies is based on the size of the network, it is AGLOCO™’s stated goal that the people building the network share in the value they help create.

Detailed Analysis:

Business model:

Three major aspects of the business were analyzed; the people who drive it, the revenues and the expenses.

1. People
* Management ability - – for a start up AGLOCO™ seems to be pretty good as it has combined experience with raw talent:
o The raw talent – is in the form of current Stanford MBAs. AGLOCO™ is a revenue driven business model – passion and aggressiveness are good attributes to have for part of the team. The average age of a Stanford MBA graduate is 28 years old – these are not just passionate and aggressive, they come with a few years of experience behind them as well.
o The experience – AGLOCO™ has some – it may need more. Jorgensen was CEO of AllAdvantage, Ray Everett-Church was the Chief Privacy Officer there and Sam Flax was the Chief Architect for technology at AllAdvantage. AllAdvantage grew to over 10 million users and over $30 million in first year revenues. A good fit for on point experience.
* Management reliability - The reality of the internet is such that every new entity should be investigated from this perspective. Below, is why AGLOCO™ should not raise any Internet scam worries:
o There are over 50 people listed on the about page of AGLOCO™.
+ The ‘development team’ has eight Stanford MBA students – not the type of people who would risk their pedigrees and reputations.
+ The ‘development’ team includes two veterans Ray Everett-Church and Jim Jorgensen – both of who are well known enough to have Wikipedia bios.
+ The ‘contributors’ include a couple of easy to spot people like; Gil Penchina, CEO of Wikia, Zaw Thet, CEO of 4info and Valerie Williamson a VP the Open Source group OSTG plus a sprinkling of major firm law partners and venture capitalists – not scam types.
o Press interviews – some of the founders have been interviewed by major bloggers (VentureBeat, John Chow, GigaOM, and Red Herring). AGLOCO™’s management is out front and visible.

2. Revenue sources– this is the core of the business model. Some revenue sources are very dependant on the size of the user base. Here are the major ones:
* Search revenue – AGLOCO™ can become a significant source of search volume. Google gets 40% of its ad traffic from third parties (the biggest one being AOL whom Google pays an average of $0.10 per search). The average Internet user searches over 35 times a month. AGLOCO™ should be able to capture virtually all search revenue and its users are more likely to be active Internet types (given that the active users are the early adopters who will be the first to find AGLOCO™’s proposition appealing ) – When AGLOCO™ is of sufficient market size, its search revenue should grow to between $30 and $50+ per user per year
* Advertising – the AGLOCO™ toolbar software is stated to contain a thirty second targeted text ad:
o The targeting is further defined as being related to the current site a user is on or based on past user behavior or demographic information. AGLOCO™ also has very granular location information with city and postal code for users. AGLOCO™ should be able to take advantage of Google, MSN or Yahoo’s ad engines immediately (AdSense, adCenter and ‘Panama’) and during the next two years add a local ad overlay.
o AGLOCO™’s available monthly ad inventory should be somewhere between 600 and 1,800 ads a month per user (1 ad per 30 seconds, 120 ads per hour and 600 ads per month given 5 hours or 1800 ads given the more likely scenario of 15 hours surfing per month). With 100% of these ads being available for ‘keyword’ targeting as it now exists. This is substantially more inventory than leaders Yahoo or AOL have and this will definitely increase the attractiveness of the AGLOCO™ user community for advertisers.

It is difficult to estimate what ad revenue per user will be two years from now. It should start low and grow substantially over time. A quick starting place for analysis might be a $10 to $25 run rate in this period and much higher later. Targeted keyword CPC rates vary dramatically with Google and Yahoo both averaging over $0.50 per click in search (non-search ads are substantially lower, but do not have AGLOCO™ multiple targeting.)
o Commissions - Sales commissions (and affiliate fees) should be a substantial source of revenue for AGLOCO™. Almost every online merchant pays them. Link Share and Commission Junction each have thousands of companies in affiliate programs. Sales commission varies from quite low 2% on some airline tickets to nearly 50% on some financial transactions, and is generally in the 10% to 15% range.. Spending per active Internet adult users (one on line in excess of five hours a month) is estimated at more than $2,000 a year – twice as much as the $1,000 overall online spending average.) . For valuation at the end of year two, an estimate between $50 to $150 per user in commissions was used
o Distribution – The distribution of products and services may become the largest source of AGLOCO™ revenue. This revenue source is different than the sales commissions since AGLOCO™ states it would be a direct distribution source (or a direct signup source). There are four basic areas of distribution:
+ AGLOCO™ can distribute to its members products and services ranging from new credit cards to home loans and to computers or software. Credit card and loan revenue can vary from $50 to $500. Online software distribution should be a normal AGLOCO™ activity (for example backup software should earn at least AGLOCO™ $1 a month.)
+ Upgrades on paid-for or free software – This includes payments from companies like Adobe which will pay for each time a user upgrades free program like Flash or upgrades of paid for software like Norton anti-virus.
+ Referral fees of online communities – This includes payments for new active users. Examples include: eBay ($22), Skype (a % of anything spent), eFax ($10 -$50) –there are at least one hundred of these
+ Offline large buying group – AGLOCO™ can act as a large buying group. (Example; referral fees on car sales are anywhere from $200 to over $1000. Using a $400 average and a one-in-ten to one-in-twenty annual user participation rate (5% to 10%), then cars alone will be a $20 to $40 per year source of revenue for the entire user base. Similar but smaller sources exist in other products.
o An annualized distribution revenue amount of $100 a year per user by the end of AGLOCO™’s second year should be a reasonable estimate.

Total Revenue – With the above detailed analysis, the total revenue would be estimated to be between $200 and $300 per user – (annual revenue run rate at the end of year two). Below is a chart showing potential revenue growth per user by category over a two year period.

3. Expenses – operating costs seem to be dominated by:
* Servers and bandwidth – since most of the communications with users are coming from search company servers and ad network servers it would seem should be a relatively small amount.
* Sales and business development – passionate MBAs etc –while expensive people, this should still be a low cost as a percentage of total revenue
* Customer services – lots of users, lots of questions – AGLOCO™ has started by using teams in India, China and the Philippines. Most communication is email so language should not be a significant problem
* Technology - should be much simpler than a Yahoo or Google as AGLOCO™ is not building much (a toolbar is a known and simple technology platform.)
* General and administrative costs need to include processing user payments (PayPal and others make this cheaper) and the management company fee of 10%

A reasonable estimate two years out (assuming 2 to 3 million AGLOCO™ users) would be a 20% to 30% cost structure - as a % of gross revenue


To make this a bit stable and understandable, the time for valuation chosen was the end of year two for AGLOCO™ (approximately December 2008) and with AGLOCO™ having two million or more active users at that time. Also the projected revenue was reduce from the $200 to $300 per user range to $100 (again to be conservative.)

* Given market comparisons,; a growing community of two million users with revenue above $100 per user and heading toward $200, $300 or $400 per user and a profit margin of 70% prior to cash distributions to users should have a sizeable value, anywhere from $200 to $1,000 per user (depends on the rate of growth of users, rate of growth of per user revenues. With very little per user revenue Facebook valuation was near the $200 amount this summer. MySpace had very little revenue and was losing money when sold and YouTube was similar.
* With a 15% to 20% net profit margin (after cash distributions to users), annual profits of $15 to $40 per user would justify a value of at least $300 per user.

AGLOCO™ is in the advertising and sale/distribution business – somewhat similar gross profits of Yahoo and Google. Yahoo and Google both have valuations exceeding 35 times earnings. A 35 times profit per user would value AGLOCO™ at $350 to$1,400 per user. Yahoo has a value of 6 times revenue and Google has a value of 16 times revenue. Even at the lower estimate of $100 of annualized revenue per user at the end of the second year, the corresponding value of AGLOCO™ would be $600 per user.

* With a $300 per user valuation and 2 million users, AGLOCO™ would have a total valuation of $600 million. A good range to be in for a fairly new public company.
* Per the AGLOCO™ website statements, about half of the AGLOCO™ ownership is given directly to active users and about half is given to the referrers who build up the network. With a $300 per user valuation the average each regular user would have been given $150 worth of ownership in AGLOCO™ (of course people who started earlier would have more than average and people who started later less.)).
* That also means that the referrers would (on average) receive $150 of shares for each AGLOCO™ user – again with the early referrals providing more. There are five levels of referrals in the AGLOCO™ user referral system, so the $150 is split equally between five levels of referrers, $30 each.

# This result is simple stated as: For each referral in an AGLOCO™ user’s total referral network, a person should receive $30 in AGLOCO ownership value (plus a share in the AGLOCO™ monthly cash distributions to all users.)
# Since a user can really best affect their own personal referrals, figuring out the ‘potential’ value of each of those is important to understand.

* Obviously if a user refers a new user and that second person does no recruiting then the total value of that new direct referral is only $30.
* Conversely, if a user refers a very active AGLOCO™ recruiter who adds 1,000 new users then that new direct referral was worth $30,000.
* To make some kind of estimate of value it is necessary to ‘guess’ an average referral rate. Looking at blogs about AGLOCO™ from users a conservative view would seem to be to choose an average of three new referrals every new user.
* Using three referrals at each level results in each direct referral resulting in 120 new users. Using the $30 valuation for each referral the total value for the 120 is $3,600; plus $30 for the direct user for a total value of $3,630.

# While not a focus of this analysis, a quick calculation of the monthly distributions might be estimated. (This part was added at the request of some early reviewers of this report:

* Using the $200 per user gross revenue and the 60% payout percentage then the annual run rate would be $120 (about $10 per month. This would be in addition to the ownership received). A $100 revenue rate would yield about $5 a month and $300 would yield about $15.

# This valuation analysis has a couple of caveats in it.

* Obviously, eventually all the users who want to join an entity like AGLOCO™ will be exhausted so referring will not be very significant and new direct referrals will not result in 100 total new user. At that point, direct referrals would not be so valuable (but with more than 100,000,000 adult US Internet users alone, getting to two million in the US should not hit any limits in the next two years).
* Different countries users probably have different revenue potentials and thus different valuations (The AGLOCO™ site states that AGLOCO™ has the ability to change distribution rates by individual country if needed.)

# Additional sources include

* Research reports on Yahoo, Google, Microsoft, Fox, and Internet advertising market by Mary Meeker – Morgan Stanley, Bear Stevens, JP Morgan and Merrily Lynch.
* Online reports including: John Battelle, Internet Advertising Bureau, Mazenarra, TNS Media Intelligence and TechCrunch.

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Monday, October 1, 2007

Aglaonema For SELL

Aglaonema for sell in Indonesia Only.
For more information please email us at or sms 085265200538

Aglao. Chao Praya :

Aglao. Luk Meang :

Aglao. Luwailaiwan :

Aglao. Ruay Ngen :

Aglao. Red Kochin :

Aglao. Princess Pink

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Monday, September 24, 2007


AGLOCO™ adalah network Ekonomi berbasis internet yang pertama, yang memungkinkan Anda untuk menikmati penghasilan dari internet. Iklan, merchant, dan bisnis lainnya saat ini membayar banyak pada suatu perusahaan yang dapat membawa orang-orang seperti Anda untuk mengunjungi situs mereka serta melakukan transaksi. Dengan AGLOCO™, mereka akan membayar Anda.
AGLOCO™ juga sebagai komunitas global dari pengguna internet dimana member aktif akan dibayar untuk seluruh aktifitas onlinenya. Dengan download teknologi Viewbar™ yang cocok, member mendapat keuntungan yang banyak. AGLOCO™ juga membayar membernya untuk mereferensikan temannya pada komunitas ini, hingga 4 level.

Hanya dengan memasang Viewbar di desktop saat terhubung ke internet serta mereferensikan program ini ke orang lain maka Anda akan memperoleh bagian penghasilan dari AGLOCO™. Viewbar akan menampilkan iklan yang relevan diseluruh jaringan (member) AGLOCO™. Termasuk di komputer Anda bila Anda sudah jadi member AGLOCO™. Dari pemasang iklan inilah penghasilan AGLOCO™ dibagikan keseluruh membernya.

Segera daftar dan referensikan
kepada teman-teman Anda sebelum mereka tahu dari orang lain!

PENTING: Sebelum daftar pastikan dulu seting “Time Zone” di komputer anda sudah benar (GMT+07:00 Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta) atau sesuai zona dimana anda berada. Beberapa kasus member gagal mengisi formulir pendaftaran dikarenakan “Time Zone” nya salah. Caranya: klik 2 kali, jam/tanggal di Taskbar kanan bawah dan sesuaikan dengan zona lokasi Anda.

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Thursday, September 20, 2007

Newest Hybryd Aglaonema : Ruby Sunset

Here is newest hybryd red aglaonema form Mr Greg Hambali, Indonesia.
Aglaonema ‘Ruby Sunset’ won favorite new foliage plant at the show (Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition 2007 at Miami). Gregori explains that all derivations with red come from Aglaonema Rotundum from Northern Sumatra, a unique red species. He likes to use it like salt in the kitchen to liven up foliage varieties and see more than green.

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Aglaonema Rotundum

Aglaonema (in Indonesia called Sri Rejeki) is a genus of more than 20 species of flowering plants in the family Araceae, native to the tropical swamps and rainforest of southeastern Asia from Bangladesh east to the Phillipines and north to southern China. No common name is widely used, though they are sometimes called “Chinese evergreen”.

They areherbaceous perennial plant growing to 20-150 cm in height. The leaves are alternate on the stems, lanceolate to narrowly ovate, dark to medium green, 10-45 cm long and 4-16 cm broad, depending on the species. The flowers are relatively inconspicuous, white or greenish-white spathes that can give way to red berries.

They are popular houseplants and ornamental plants for office and shopping malls because they are among the easiest houseplants to grow. Numerous cultivars have been selected, including plants with variegated leaves. They tolerate a wide range of light, as well as neglect, and are relatively resistant to pests.

Chinese evergreens are very tolerant plants that do well in a variety of settings. Several species are available, some with dark green leaves and others that are variegated. Aglaonema flourish for years.

They prefer indirect light and partial shade. They do best in shadow-less light, such as a north window. They prefer heavy soil, which should be kept moist but not soggy. They do not tolerate the cold; they should not be exposed to temperatures below 10°C (50°F), with optimal growing conditions between 20°C (68°F) and 30°C (86°F). High air humidity is also important. They are easy to propagate from cuttings , which will root in a glass of water, or from divisions.

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Welcome to Kurnia Nursery

We are aglaonemas hobiist since 2004. In nature, normally aglaonema’s leaves are green but one of aglaonema breeder from Indonesia namely Gregorius Hambali was born aglaonema “Pride of Sumatera” ad “Donna Carmen” became fenomenal plant in Indonesia and in the world.

Pride of Sumatera is combination between Aglaonema Rotundum from North Sumatra which have red colour in the back of leaves and Aglaonema Commutatum, whereas Donnacarmen is combination between Aglaonema Brevispathum with Aglaonema Commutatum.
The coloured of aglaonema leaves made us falling in love with this Indoor Plant. Nowadays there are so many new hybryd of aglaonema from Indonesia.

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