My Story

Phil Tucker

We all have different names we answer to… most everyone calls me Phil, my Grandma used Phillip, my wife’s co-workers refer to me as Mr. Tucker.

The truth is Mr. Phil Tucker is a persona I have built over the years – the aspect of my character that I presented to or perceived by others.

I believe we are all on a journey… mine is one of self-mastery – something I think we all should aspire towards.

The fastest way to achieve success is to first help others succeed.

If I can help you in any way, please feel free to contact me. I look forward to connecting with you.

My mission statement encapsulates this idea:

I desire to live each day with integrity and compassion, maintaining a consistently positive attitude while exercising the gifts I have been given to enrich and in-service to those around me.

I love helping my clients

Increase Revenue

Most businesses lack the time and expertise to implement marketing that generates tangible results.

I take the time to understand your business goals and create winning digital strategies.

So you can focus on growing your business and delivering exceptional service to more customers.


As a digital marketing expert, I work hard to understand my client’s business hopes and dreams. I develop strategies that deliver results and return on investment. Beautiful websites are not worth very much if they don’t help you achieve your business goals.


I believe in doing business with honesty, integrity, and in service to others. I will never suggest something that I don’t fully believe will work. I treat people with kindness and respect.


Monthly reports are emailed to you and all the relevant stats are delivered in an easy to understand report. Website visitor, call, and lead tracking allows me to quantify our marketing efforts and see what is working and what needs improvement.


I am a self-taught web developer, search engine optimizer, and internet marketer, continuously educating myself and my clients on new techniques, trends, tips, and tricks… most of which I share on various blogs, like

My desire is to help individuals and business owners succeed – personally and professionally – especially online. I do this by creating marketing campaigns that generate revenue and increase brand awareness.

Over the years, I have found that a key to business success is listening to the needs of my clients and partner with them.

This is not always an easy process… but I have learned that when my success directly connected to the results – my clients are truly my partners.

To sum it up: the better my clients do – the better I do.


I am a follower of Jesus, a devoted husband, and an uncle to 6 wonderful nieces and nephews. I love spending time with family & friends and working in My Front Yard Garden. Born in Syracuse NY, I now call Lynchburg VA home… and would certainly be considered an “east coaster”. I have not traveled outside the US, except for a three-week “honeymoon” trip to Thailand.

One of my all-time favorite mentors, Jim Rohn, once said:

Learning is the beginning of wealth. Learning is the beginning of health. Learning is the beginning of spirituality. Searching and learning is where the miracle process all begins.

Something I would suggest to anyone who desires to become more successful is to start reading self-development and non-fiction books. Start with the goal of consuming 1 book per month.

Once you are able to achieve this goal consistently – increase the number of books per month to 4 or even 5. Most CEOs read an average of 1 book per week.

This will seem strange to some around you since about a quarter of American adults (27%) say they haven’t read a book in whole or in part in the past year, whether in print, electronic or audio form – according to Pew Research.

Their study also reported that adults with annual household incomes of $30,000 or less are about three times as likely as the most affluent adults to be non-book readers.

The more I learn about the habits of the most successful among us, I saw reading as one of the keys that seem to unlock the door to success and becoming financially independent… this is why I started to consume books, especially on the subject of personal growth.

It took a few years, but I now average 3 to 4 books per month.

Phil & Adriane
Phil & Adriane

What I Learned From Mr Rogers

Fred Rogers

Fred Rogers was the host of the popular long-running public television children’s show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. One of his most famous pieces of advice to children was “Look for the helpers”… which seems like excellent advice – especially in a time of disaster or tragedy.

If you find yourself in a situation where you don’t know what to do – or you are feeling anxious, I believe Fred has a great suggestion. If you look, you can always spot those that are willing to give aid. If you don’t see them… you aren’t looking hard enough.

But, I would like to take this idea a step further.

Instead of looking for helpers, I desire to Be A Helper.

The fastest way to achieve success is to first help others succeed.