What are Residual Results? (2) - Deepstash
What are Residual Results? (2)

What are Residual Results? (2)

Suppose you made a piece of content that survives on the Internet for more than a few days.

Whatever the benefits you try to achieve, you want to maximize them in the first days you finish the work.

Now, it doesn’t matter if you achieved your goals or not. That work will remain there. And, in the future, other people might search for it even if you don’t actively promote it.

So, you will have smaller gains that continue over time. And those gains are residual results that enrich your net income (whatever that is).


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