It began with a program that allowed the user to make a video and send it to an email recipient, but now it’s turned into a multipurpose chatroom and video livestreaming software solution. As use in mobile devices and tablets has increased, Talk Fusion has adapted their system to match what those device users have needed and there’s several reasons they’ve been able to do this. They’ve had a company app designed that accommodates both Android and iPhone users while including other Windows and Apple-based devices, but for regular computer users their service works on any browser. In fact when you use any one of Talk Fusion’s software products, it opens right up in your browser and doesn’t need any big downloads or plugins that could slow your computer down. Bob Reina, the CEO of Talk Fusion says the company is all about taking the lead and investing in the future of video communication while continuing to help businesses and individual use video to make their message clear.
Bob Reina began this company back in 2007 when he was looking for a way to make sending videos through email possible. The idea had come to him just three years before and became a business idea he believed could make multilevel marketing more effective than ever if he used it right (vhttps://www.engadget.com/2016/12/02/does-the-talk-fusion-app-live-up-to-the-hype/). Reina had had a history in multilevel marketing with most of his previous endeavors not quite working out as long-term as he had hoped, but he believed in the success of that model and believed Talk Fusion allowed him to implement it perfectly. And Reina has said he likes hearing the stories of Talk Fusion associates because their success is what the company depends on.
There’ve been several developments over the years that Reina has announced in free trials and Talk Fusion University. Customers are able to signup for full use of Talk Fusion’s products for 30 days through the free trials, and they only need an email address with no credit card information to do so. Associates have used different methods for marketeting Talk Fusion products to new customers, but Reina decided to offer even more pointers to spread the message of Talk Fusion. He helped start Talk Fusion University, a free video course where he displays on video how to go through each product and deliver selling points to customers. Reina is also a video technology news writer for MarTech Advisor and the HuffPost.