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Who Will Get Rich in the Modern Age Gold Rush in the Digital Economy Boom or Bust?

Published on 2/19/2016
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Who Will Get Rich in the Modern Age Gold Rush in the Digital Economy Boom or Bust


Historically, Gold Rushes have started stampedes, even hysteria, of eager bright-eyed prospectors more than once. They quit their jobs and became gold-diggers chasing that powerful dream.

For example, in the Klondike Gold Rush, it is estimated 100,000 prospectors faced unrelenting physical forces and limitations for a handful of nuggets.  Of the 30,000 that arrived in the Klondike, only approximately 4,000 actually found gold…7%.  I would say, not very good odds

Physical turmoils were remote mountains, extreme winters, long and painful journeys to reach their destination, lack of supplies, lack of building tools and more. And still they employed their dreams.

Mining was challenging. The gold distribution was unpredictable and difficult to extract. Many times the only people who made any money were the shop keepers, food and drink providers, suppliers and bankers who continued to  make fortunes. And still they pursued their dreams.


So, let's cross off finding a physical motherlode. Let's look at a Modern Day Gold Rush on the Internet in the Digital Economy.


How can this Digital Age be considered to be

a Modern Day Gold Rush?

Here are the main reasons:  

  • Biggest shift of wealth in history of mankind is taking place in the e-commerce industry right now
  • There is a profound structural shift from physical to digital retail - happening faster than ever imagined
  • Consumers are driving technology via smartphones, tablets and laptops for comparison shopping, best deals and social referrals.


So how can we get a piece of this wealth? What tool or tools work better than others?

Do you think its "killer" lead generation or bright-eyed sign-ups? Do you think it’s the arduous expensive journey to become a master internet marketer? (As hard as climbing Mount Everest in my opinion and still no luck)

The time and the spirit are right to open this virtual landscape to every internet citizen who is looking for more security in a dramatically changing workplace and culture.

No more severe blizzards or mountains to climb. No more endless hours of blogging and one-shot banners.

Make one tool simple  enough to share but comprehensive enough to include the important critical details.

Consider 3 parts: Changes and Choices in the Digital Age, Critical Thinking and Self-Dialogue, and Basic Time-Proven Building Blocks of Network Marketing Home Business.


 Today that tool or resource with the Big Picture is called Motherlode Marketing.


In fact, you may find the Digital Motherlode is much closer than you think.

We invite you to check out Motherlode Marketing today. The first step in prospecting is to get your questions and comments answered.


Standing by, your friendly Motherlode Marketer,


Fair and Democratic Home Business Mentor


Did you know... 

PS Gold is extremely rare in geology. Its average concentration in the Earth's crust is 0.005 parts per million. Larger gold nuggets once found in placer mining have largely been taken and the vast  majority of gold  in current gold mines is recovered through lode mining or crushing and processing hard rock ore into “micron gold”, so small that it is invisible to the naked eye. And it is still valuable.


Who Will Get Rich in the Modern Age Gold Rush in the Digital Economy - Boom or Bust


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