john mcginnis wrote:Probably one of the most powerful residual income producers is -- the franchise. Most will think McDonalds or Subway. But one does not have to be that fancy to have a franchise op. If there is some thing you make as a sideline item on the homestead it is probably a candidate to be franchised. Your personal reach for your product is limited to your area but franchise your effort and it goes national at an organic rate. They come to you for the training, you get some free labor, show them the tooling needed etc. They pay you the franchisor say $100/yr or whatever. Rinse, repeat. 50 little agreements like that, its $5k in your pocket you did not have before for something you are already doing.
So...I was just reading the comments on a favorite podcast, and someone asked the podcaster to provide transcripts, as he is hearing impaired. That particular individual (like many podcasters) is a one-person show on a small budget, and she said she had no plans to offer transcripts.
I'm thinking one could type up transcripts, put them on a website and make them accessible for a small subscription fee, providing links back to the original podcast and show notes so the reader still sees all their affiliate links, etc. (This would probably require some kind of contract with the podcaster for use of their material - any advice on how/where to get such legal guidance?)
Burra Maluca wrote:This thread seems to be wandering off topic again.
Can we keep the suggestions to ones for RESIDUAL income, not general income, ie ones that keep money trickling in after they've been set up without any more active involvement.
Angelika Maier wrote: The second thing is that it does not generate real money, because everyone does about the same - you can find thousands 'how to make sauerkraut' recipes on the net often one copied from the other.
Al Miller wrote:Hey Paul,
New here to this place and you. I'm truly without words how excited I am to have found you and what y'all are doing up there.
Have you been posting any blogs, videos, or podcasts to Steemit? If not, this would be a great time to jump in and earn a it of coin.
I use to live at The Garden of Eden and they've been posting on Steemit for almost a year now and have an account value near $25k.
You can find them on Steemit here.
But this just doesn't go for you, anyone can make their mark on the blockchain!
paul wheaton wrote:
818: take hundreds of pictures and post the best pics on a stock photo site for money. Then post low res versions all over the internet, complete with a link to your stock photo stuff.