Positive Phil Presents an Interview With Technology Company


One of my First Podcasts back in 2009. Positive Phil presents an interview with Jim Kovach, COO of CrowdOptic. Jim shares some of his unique career history from being a middle linebacker in the NFL to earning a medical degree to working as an attorney. Positive Phil asks all the important questions we have for this successful and passionate entrepreneur. Jim also shares information about Crowd Optic and their revolutionizing mobile technology that we will lead the wave of mobile influence in the … [Read more...]

Interview With a Silver Mining Public Company


Check out a Video Interview we made back in 2008. The video now has close to 200,000 Views On Youtube.  Its about a Silver Mining Company. I interviewed the CEO of the company and we then positioned the video content into an investor search.  I was intrigued with the entire precious metals industry so I decided to pick a small emerging growth silver mining public company to chat with. … [Read more...]

Interview With Public Software Company


I first started Podcasting in 2008 for a company called Positive Stocks. Positive Stocks is a financial communications company.  This particular video was with an online software company, which was public at the time. The video has almost 200,000 views and this video alone proves that video content can truly drive investor and consumer traffic if positioned properly.   … [Read more...]

Keeping a Positive Outlook

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One of the toughest things to do is keeping a positive outlook no matter what is going on around you. However, studies have shown that optimistic people and people who can think positively live longer and have a much greater chance at success, in part because they realize failure is not the end, it’s just another lesson to learn. Knowing this and being able to stay positive though can be extremely difficult. When you are having trouble getting your startup off of the ground, can’t seem to find … [Read more...]


I remember moving out to Pacific Beach in 1999 from Wisconsin. I worked my ass off waiting tables and finishing up college. Living on the boardwalk in Mission and Pacific Beach ( San Diego). SLOMO would cruise past our party pad on the beach a dozen times a day...You can tell this guy has a sense of calm and peace within. Disillusioned with his life, Dr. John Kitchin abandons his career as a neurologist and moves to Pacific Beach. There, he undergoes a radical transformation into SLOMO, trading … [Read more...]

Favorite Online Tools

Tools of the Trade GTmetrix Having a tool to examine page speed and diagnose opportunities for improvement  is now an essential part of the SEO toolkit. Web Developer Toolbar The Web Developer Toolbar has become much relied-upon during the technical phase of our SEO audits. To learn how to use it for SEO, read Glenn Gabe’s SEO Audits & the Web Developer Plugin: 12 Helpful Features for the Technical SEO. Hootsuite Love It! Google Trends Marketers who know … [Read more...]

Use Crowdfunding To Grow Your Business


There has been a growing trend with businesses to reach out to their customer base for funding of new projects. This is a brilliant idea for many reasons. First, it keeps a business from having to take out a loan. Second, consumers support the product more, because they have given to the project. They will be more likely to promote a business that they have chosen to financially fund. If you agree that crowdfunding is worth a shot to grow your business, here is what you need to know to get … [Read more...]

What Will Podcast Be Like In 100 Years?


This one is a bit of a loaded question because podcasts didn’t even exist 25 years ago, so it is really still a new and developing technology. However, what is obvious is that they are not going to be going away. People have come to use podcasts for such a wide range of reasons that they are becoming as instrumental to businesses and individuals as any social media or blog. So when you think about what podcasts will be like in 100 years, that is like trying to imagine what computers would be … [Read more...]