The goodXchange Plan

A couple of weeks ago we discussed goodXchange, a new organization that has been started in Raleigh, North Carolina, at the same business address as Cherokee Investment Partners and Industrial Heat, LLC. When I looked at the site I wasn’t exactly sure what the organization was all about, but thanks to some help from Dr Bob, I have found a video on Youtube which provides a short explanation of what the goodXchange plan is.

So it looks like goodxchange will be working to use social networking to create advertising campaigns that replace advertising agencies, and partner with charities who will get some rewards out of the deals — I’m still not clear about the practical details of how all this will work.

There doesn’t seem to be any direct tie-in withe the E-Cat here, but perhaps this is somehow connected with Andrea Rossi’s commitment to help sick children with the profits that come from his business activity.

  • Ophelia Rump

    It has the feel of something Bill McDonough might be behind.

    Rossi has fallen in with a very influential crowd. There is no telling where this may go, or what relations it may sprout. I think his ship is in good hands with these captains of industry.

  • Ophelia Rump

    It has the feel of something Bill McDonough might be behind.

    Rossi has fallen in with a very influential crowd. There is no telling where this may go, or what relations it may sprout. I think his ship is in good hands with these captains of industry.

    • Guest

      This video was posted several weeks ago on YouTube
      Yesterday the company posted yet another video
      It`s very similar to the first one but they added a Boat that shoots Dollar Signs through its chimney. I have heard about the expression “truckloads of money” – but never “boat loads”.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkTvPC_2RFQ

      Maybe the boat is irrelevant but the new commercial explains much more detailed on how their new marketing concept will look.

      • Ophelia Rump

        Their ads are very professional. Ultimately the difference between a NY Marketing firm and a charity is usually non-existent. Many charities even though they are Non-Profits pay their executives 90% of all donations and only ten percent goes to actual charity work. Marketing almost always consumes more of the money than the charity portion. It is hard to get excited over, as a skeptic.

  • Justin Church

    I hope the kind folks of E-Cat World will let goodXchange know about the humanitarian work of Justin Church such as the concept of the H-Cat Hydrogen Heater and the new research within the Hydrogen For Health area. I just put out a interesting conversation on YouTube with Tyler LeBaron of Molecular Hydrogen Institute and myself you guys may want to check out as well. We need help and funding to turn this technology into a reality for the planet. I have been doing all I can to promote and pursue the technology, even to the extent of traveling around the country with next to no money recently, delivering hand built hydrogen generation systems to family members for health purposes. I’d love to do more and work with a larger group of individuals / humanitarians but I need the help of the public and organizations like goodXchange to make it happen. I’m excited to be a part of all of this. It has been a enlightening experience.

    • Ophelia Rump

      Does Justin Church always refer to himself in the third person Justin?

      • Justin Church

        I refer to myself anyway to get the job done. Kickstarter is not the way to make this happen. I don’t have much of a team to promote so, I promote myself. I appreciate your feedback and advice. Either way, goodXchange already knows who I am and what I am doing. Doesn’t hurt to keep flooding my name throughout the net to let them know I am not giving up.

  • Justin Church

    I hope the kind folks of E-Cat World will let goodXchange know about the humanitarian work of Justin Church such as the concept of the H-Cat Hydrogen Heater and the new research within the Hydrogen For Health area. I just put out a interesting conversation on YouTube with Tyler LeBaron of Molecular Hydrogen Institute and myself you guys may want to check out as well. We need help and funding to turn this technology into a reality for the planet. I have been doing all I can to promote and pursue the technology, even to the extent of traveling around the country with next to no money recently, delivering hand built hydrogen generation systems to family members for health purposes. I’d love to do more and work with a larger group of individuals / humanitarians but I need the help of the public and organizations like goodXchange to make it happen. I’m excited to be a part of all of this. It has been a enlightening experience.

    • Ophelia Rump

      Does Justin Church always refer to himself in the third person Justin?

      I don’t think anyone here has any relation to GoodXChange.
      Perhaps you might try to contact them yourself.

      Honestly I think your interests would be best served by a KickStarter campaign or something along that line. The pictures of your work were quite good. You seem meticulous and energetic in your pursuit. Just as a marketing issue, I would try not to refer to yourself in the future, rather refer to the team or the project as appropriate. It sells better, people make people nervous, sooner or later personalities will fail you, but projects and teams come across as more stable and reliable.

      I wish you great fortune, I think KickStarter and the like would love your work.
      Most of what I have seen there was rubbish compared to your craftsmanship.
      People love beautiful gizmos, keep it classy and you will surely prosper.
      Do not promise more than you can deliver but offer little gizmos as funding rewards, desk thingies. Then whether the next incremental step succeeds or fails, your followers will remain loyal. Do not promise more than you can deliver. Always deliver on time or ahead of schedule by overestimating time, and be honest that a thing may or may not succeed but if it does than this and if it does not then that. People love open honest communications and a chance to do something good. The gizmo makes them a part of the adventure. You are selling the gizmo with the chance for the prize. The gizmos must tie directly into the project, not some unrelated thing, it is the hook which they play with on their desk which brings them back, keeps them interested.

      The perfect example of what I am saying is Roberts Space Industries. Check out what they are doing to fund a software game development. They have already raised almost 50 Million. You contribute money to the development and get a software spaceship to use in the game as they develop it. When they started there was only the promise of the software spaceship when they were developed at a future date.

      You might start with a simple battery powered micro hydrogen electrolysis cigarette lighter project. They get the lighter from the thingy development project, which also fund your other adventure. The supporters get a promise of something bigger if you reach your funding goal. Then if you reach the goal, the next step and the next project thingy. You can maintain that for as long as you deliver your promises. Whether they be positive or negative.

      • Justin Church

        I refer to myself anyway to get the job done. Kickstarter is not the way to make this happen. I don’t have much of a team to promote so, I promote myself. I appreciate your feedback and advice. Either way, goodXchange already knows who I am and what I am doing. Doesn’t hurt to keep flooding my name throughout the net to let them know I am not giving up.

  • bachcole

    It looks like they are biased towards people with excellent teeth.

    (:->)

    • Ophelia Rump

      Who eat four portions of fruit a day.

  • I think this has nothing todo with IH, Energy or Rossi.
    It is just another field where Cherokee or partners are trying to take root.

    • Ophelia Rump

      They are empire builders, but really wonder what the big picture is.
      There will be world changing volumes of money involved.

  • I think this has nothing todo with IH, Energy or Rossi and has no relation to this topics.
    It is just another field where Cherokee or partners are trying to take root.

    If it is an advertisment management service, it could be that they sometime in the future deliver advertisments for IH and E-Cats. But for the rest it has nothing to do with them.

    • Ophelia Rump

      They are empire builders. I really wonder what the big picture is.
      There will be world changing volumes of money involved.

  • Ophelia Rump

    Who eat four portions of fruit a day.

  • Ophelia Rump

    Their ads are very professional. Ultimately the difference between a NY Marketing firm and a charity is usually non-existent. Many charities even though they are Non-Profits pay their executives 90% of all donations and only ten percent goes to actual charity work. Marketing almost always consumes more of the money than the charity portion. It is hard to get excited over, as a skeptic.

  • Barry8

    Not to put Rossi on a pedestal, but he seems intent on donating much of his profits. Hope he comes through.

  • Not to put Rossi on a pedestal, but he seems intent on donating much of his profits. Hope he comes through.