A Look At How Talk Fusion Is Redefining Online Marketing

Talk Fusion is a video marketing product that is a new, exciting, and effective way for companies to market their services and products to consumers. It also provides a way to share video over the internet in a number of ways including email. The apps are designed to be easy to use through a drag and drop interface. It also gives the user an affordable way to stream live videos and capture their attention.

The package of products that Talk Fusion sells, called the All-in-One Video Marketing Solution, includes five of their products bundled together; Video Email, Video Newsletters, Live Meetings, Sign-up Forms, and Video Chat.

This new way of giving businesses a captivating way of reaching customers results in better customer retention, lower advertising costs, and increased sales and revenues. It can also be used to keep in contact with family and friend.

Talk Fusion products are now sold in over 140 countries around the world. The products are sold through a network of independent contractors who sell the product face to face with business leaders. Among the companies that use Talk Fusion are Norwegian Cruise Lines, Good Samaritan Health Clinic of Pasco, Inc., Brandywine Valley SPCA, Desepoli Wealth Management, and Gentle Giants Rescue and Adoptions.

Bob Reina founded Talk Fusion in 2007 and serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the company. The idea of Talk Fusion germinated in 2004 when Reina, then a police officer, wanted to send a short video over email to a friend. His email provider, American Online, said that couldn’t be done. He believed that it could be done and 3 years later, after working with a friend who worked in IT, Talk Fusion was the result.

PR News Wire says that Bob Reina believes in giving back to the community and so has given millions of dollar to local causes in Florida as well as to global charitable causes. Among the causes he has donated to include uniforms for local sports teams, and companion animals for people in need around Tampa Bay. He donated to causes helping victims of the earthquake in Nepal as well as those affected by the tsunami in Japan.