Push Button Influence: SEO Evangelist Dori Friend Reviews Alex Mandossian’s collaboration with Steve Olsher

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

Source: SEONitro LLC

Push Button Influence Review and Big Bonus by Dori Friend

Have you tried everything you could to get more visits, clicks, and sales yet still only have a few people visiting your site and purchasing your product? Are you currently at a standstill and at a loss on what steps to do next? Get ready. We have the answer.

Push Button Influence is a six months training program by Alex Mandossian and Steve Olsher that is focused on significantly increasing your market reach by leveraging the power of new media. What is new media? New media is the future of media. It includes everything digital media and internet related such as the World Wide Web, social media platforms, your website, other people’s websites, connections with bloggers and influencers, articles, e-books, press releases, etc. New media, being mostly online, has more reach and has become more accessible compared to traditional media channels.

The common problem that most entrepreneurs and independent professionals encounter is the lack of exposure. Without exposure, there are no prospects, no clicks, no visits, and no buyers. The Push Button Influence course teaches you how to get visibility and media exposure, because the truth is, the more exposure you have, the more that people get to know about you, your site, your product, and the more money you are able to take home.

The unique promise of Push Button Influence (PBI) is to become a New Media Influencer—a highly-visible authority that cost-efficiently leverages the power of today’s new media platforms to accelerate growth faster and with less sales effort. You would only need a few buttons to push to be able to gain a massive, almost instant influence. It doesn’t mean that it is quick; it doesn’t mean that it is easy, but it is simple and it has been proven that it does work. Push Button Influence offers a refined, proven, and highly effective step-by-step blueprinton howto secure significant exposurethrough the power of new media to create and control your own distribution channel. The program is for authors, speakers, coaches, consultants, professionals, small business owners, basically, it is for everyone who are looking into gaining more exposure. The program has been beta tested with a group of members who have paid (!) to be part of the program and be the guinea pigs. The group has helped in ironing out any weaknesses and to ensure that the course has all the information needed.

Are you skeptical about how the training works, and more importantly, if it does work? Dori Friend has gone over the training and has written a full Push Button Influence review at -. She discussed more details about the program and also included a list of training recommendations and sources that compliments the program. Check out Dori Friend’s Push Button Influence review! Not only will you have a more detailed account of Push Button Influence, you would also get additional information and resources to get you moving to the right direction!

For more details about Dori’s Push Button Influence review and bonuses, visit-

Using LED screens creatively can take your event to the next level

How to Make Your Event Visually Stunning

As event planners we've all been there before.  One minute you're cruising the internet looking for ideas to make your client's event pop, the next you're banging your head on your desk doubting your ability to successfully plan an event.  Well it's our job to share amongst ourselves what's working now and what's not, and we've found something that's worked amazingly well recently.  Creatively constructed LED Video screens really can add an extra visual level of eye candy for your event.  So what does a “creatively constructed” LED video screen look like?

What is a Creatively Constructed LED Video Screen?

LED Video Walls are generally created out of small individual LED panels.  Each panel can vary in size, but these days the normal size per panel is roughly 2 feet square.  Now, imagine all the possibilities you can make by assembling several two foot square pieces of anything.  Let your mind run with that.  Pretty cool right?  One of the most successful (and now wealthy) people in the world, Markus Persson, created the video game Minecraft, and it follows this same creative construction idea.  By using an LED wall rental in a creative configuration, you can make giant LED video words, columns, runner boards, towers, pyramids, and mosaics.  If you can think of it in square pieces, LED screen rentals can be configured to do it.  

Imagine a 4 sided tall LED video “tower” for a virtual ball drop or count down, or giant video letters that spell out the name of the event with motion graphics displaying right on the letters amping the energy level of the people and adding a lasting impression of “awesome” to the event.  We've used both hanging and stacked LED columns to create a separated video screen effect to add flare to concerts and corporate presentations with amazing reviews from clients.  LED pyramids and crosses are other popular configurations.  The possibilities are only as limited as your mind can create and your budget can work with.

Understanding LED and Things to Consider

LED panels are not created equal.  There are indoor only panels, indoor/outdoor panels, panels that can reach incredible brightness, and panels that have incredibly good resolution.  Indoor panels can never work outdoors because of weather considerations.  So, if you're calling an LED video company to get a quote on LED wall rental, remember to specify indoor or outdoor.  Also the maximum brightness ability of the panels is a huge consideration.  Brightness of an LED panel is usually measured in “nits”.  A panel with a max brightness of 2000 nits or less will not work very well outdoors during the day.  Ideally if your event is outdoor during daylight hours, you're looking for a panel in the 4000 and higher nits range.  Another thing to consider is the resolution of your LED panels.  In the LED video industry, this is usually measured in a term known as “pixel pitch”.  In example, an LED panel with a pixel pitch of 10mm means that each pixel on that panel is 10mm away from the pixel next to it.  The optimal viewing distance for watching video on a 10mm video panel is 30 to 40 feet away.  At this distance, when viewing video on a 10mm LED panel, your eyes automatically blend the pixels together into a beautiful video image.  If you are any closer you can start seeing the individual pixelation of the screen.  For a 5mm video panel the optimum viewing distance is around 15 feet.  Click here for more info on this.  When you call to get quotes on renting LED video panels be sure and understand how far away your closest viewer is going to be from the LED screen, then make your decision on which pixel pitch to get based on that.  For the budget minded you should always try to target the highest pixel pitch that you can get away with, as the higher pixel pitch panels seem to be more cost friendly then the small pixel pitch screens.  It goes without saying that you pay for better resolution, but if your closest viewer is 30 feet away there's no reason for you to go with a 3mm screen when a 7mm screen will look the same from that distance.  Check this out as an example of creatively constructed columns.