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SEO Expert Dori Friend Reviews Push Button Influence

SEO evangelist, Dori Friend develops digital marketing methodologies that work. Recently, she conducted a review of Alex Mandossian’s Push Button Influence.

IONE, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 18, 2016 /SEO expert and evangelist, Dori Friend works with individuals and companies to develop digital marketing methodologies that work. Recently, she conducted a review of -, the latest program from new media influencer, Alex Mandossian.

Mandossian is responsible for the wildly popular Teleseminar Secrets™, a program that helped thousands achieve their coaching and consulting goals. Push Button Influence is a collaboration with author and reinvention expert, Steve Olsher that will teach authors, small business men and women, coaches, consultants, and speakers those methods that gain immediate influence over their target markets and gain media exposure. Dori Friend is an already successful digital marketing talent in her own right, so when asked to review the Push Button Influence program she was keen to help.

“I met Alex on a flight to Cincinnati,” says Friend. “We were both headed to the same seminar and ended up discussing problem areas of my business. Later, I purchased an hour of consulting time. He didn’t just give me an hour, he helped until the project was finished. The sales letter he made for me made over five hundred thousand to date. Suffice it to say I’m a believer.”

Friend will be reviewing the program over the course of a few months on her own website beginning on February 11, 2016. The program was designed to be a blueprint for those engaging in online sales to achieve “push button influence” with their target market. The duo completed beta testing with a small group of members who, Friend points out, “…paid them to be test subjects.” Mandossian and Olsher believe they have a highly effective and beta test proven method for securing significant new media exposure and taking control of their own channels of distribution.”

“From time to time, I try to use my website as a platform to help others quickly gain control over their sales funnel and digital influence,” says Friend. “I have reviewed other systems in the past when I was familiar with the expert, and having worked with Alex I knew that this was something my followers and clients would most-likely gain something from.”

Friend will be publishing the results of her -review, along with a list of training recommendations and bonus sources that compliment the program, on her website:http://www.dorifriend.com/reviews/push-button-influence-review-and-bonus-by-dori-friend/

Push Button Influence will become available starting March 31, 2016.

About Dori Friend

SEO expert and evangelist, Dori Friend works with individuals and companies to develop digital marketing methodologies that work. As a self-proclaimed “SEO Geek”, Friend’s passion is designing and building digital products and SEO software to streamline the SEO process for others.

Dori Friend
3451 Dry Creek Rd
Ione, CA 95640
United States
dori@dorifriend.com
http://www.dorifriend.com

Source: SEONitro LLC

More Technology = More Light

Light is everything now.  It drives the worlds technology and we're just now starting to tap into it's potential.

 

When Thomas Edison invented the light bulb 136 years ago, I bet he didn't envision the world that we live in now. If you look around you right now, you'd probably be shocked at the amount of light emitting items are within eye-sight outside of the standard room lighting light bulbs. Just the screen that you're reading this article on is full of hundreds of thousands of pixels, each one a tiny microscopic light “bulb”. If you look out of your window, you'll probably see vehicles, each one has at least 15 light bulbs in it. Your cell phone is full of hundreds of thousands of glowing pixels as well. We carry light anywhere and everywhere we go. At this point, I'd argue that because of how our businesses and livelihoods are so reliant on the internet, that we rely on powered light as much as we rely on just about anything.

 

Our planet is old, very old, and in the long history of it we've only harnessed light like we do for 136 short years, roughly two life generations of time. Edison invented the incandescent light bulb in 1880. That means it's possible that your great great grandparents knew life without the light bulb, and it's probable for your great great great grandparents. How's that for perspective?

 

Recent developments in light technology include a total phase-out of the incandescent and florescent light bulb in Japan, to be replaced completely by the more efficient and reliable LED bulb. The United States is also on course for the eventual phase out of the less efficient versions of light bulbs; the 40 watt and 60 watt incandescent bulbs have already become extinct because of the phase-out initiative.

 

Other developments include the just announced “LiFi” data transmitting technology. It basically replaces Wifi technology by sending data over imperceptible flickers of light through light bulbs. The advantage is the ability to send data at more than 200 times faster than we can send it now over WiFi. Imagine being able to wirelessly send a terabyte of data, that's 1000 gigabytes, in around 5 seconds? That is the type of stable speeds that are currently being reported using this technology. Another advantage is its security, as the hacker would have to be under the same light source as the original computer. The light can be dimmed to a brightness that's dark enough to be imperceptible and still work. You don't have to be directly under a light bulb either, the light reflecting off of walls can still give you 70 megabytes per second which is still roughly 20 times faster than our current wifi technology. This new tech is not without it's downsides however, because sunlight can really ruin it, so you can imagine its limitations.

 

Also, fiber optics, another light based technology, is the new standard in wired data transmission ability. It seems like as our “data” driven world expands and its demand increases, more and more the solution to whatever technological choke point we run into is found in light.

 

The point here is that the more stuff becomes bright and glowy, combined with the phasing out of inefficient old style lightbulbs, the more the LED industry is breaking through like a tidal wave of cutting-edge technology. LED Video Wall Rental companies are providing affordable, temporary large LED Video walls for small town events when just a few years ago this technology was only affordable for the highest level concerts and sporting venues. Digital video signs and billboards, which for years were reserved for only the fanciest of cities, are popping up in small towns across the United States.

 

Savvy technology minded businessmen and investors would be wise to think on these things and keep an eye on the ebbs and flows of our technologically oriented world, with a specific focus on light. Ours is a light emitting world, thanks to Thomas Edison, and we're just now harnessing the possibilities of what we can do with it, and what it can do for us. To understand more about LED light technology, check out this wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LED_lamp

 

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