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Residual Income: What is it, and how can you earn it?

I've been talking a lot lately on Twitter, Facebook, and other places about Residual Income.  But what is Residual Income?  Is it real?

Residual Income, simply put, is money that you earn whether you work or not.  This sounds way too good to be true, doesn't it?  Well.... it's not.  In fact, there's an industry you're probably very familiar with that pays residual income regularly: the entertainment industry.

Every time someone sees a movie, whether on video or in the theater, people who were involved with the movie get a cut of whatever was paid for the privilege of seeing that movie.  Every time a song gets played on the radio, the band gets paid a little bit.  Sometimes these are called royalties, sometimes they're called residuals.  But they're all basically the same thing: Residual Income.  It's income that actors and moviemakers earn on an ongoing basis for work done once.

So how can you earn Residual Income?  There are quite a few ways - one is with Network Marketing.  By participating in an upstanding Network Marketing program and doing work once for a company you can earn Residual Income for a long time going forward.  It's not a free ride - there is work involved.  But it's work that will reward you for a long time after you've done it.

If you're interested in learning more about the Residual Income program I'm working on, visit my website for Club 100K and leave your name and contact info.  Your information will not be used by anyone other than me, and you'll be introduced to a great new way to earn a living or make some extra money.


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