In just a few years, Talk Fusion has become a leader in video emails and video newsletters, and it is now proud to be the eighth-largest online video content provider in the world. The company has surpassed big corporations such as Yahoo, MegaVideo, and CBS according to Bob Reina. The company offers video auto-responders, video conferencing, and more. About eight years ago, people would have laughed at the idea of Talk Fusion. But now, the world is headed towards video communication through a cutting-edge video technology for the today’s marketplace.
The truth is that video is widely being used today, and Talk Fusion is part of the transformation. Part of the reason is that the company continues to develop video technology applications but also abiding by the direct selling mantra of keeping it simple. What’s more, Talk Fusion makes its product easy to use for its consumers as one of the reasons many people have preferred the magnetic opportunity.
Bob Reina, the founder, and CEO of the company believes that video technology was an inevitable part of the evolution of communication. It all began with the spoken word on the radio; then the world embraced the moving pictures on television, then it came to email communication, and now its smartphone and tablets that carry video. According to Bob Reina, nothing helps people to communicate better than video.
When asked about his challenges during an interview, Bob Reina said that when he started the company, there was no market to target as any person was considered a prospect in the business. Several years down the line, the company has made it easy for businesses and individuals to get started because anyone can register online instantly, get an ID and password to log in and start using the product of their choice immediately.
Talk Fusion has finally launched the much-anticipated 30-day free trial to prospective consumers to try the video communications solutions provided by the company. According to Bob Reina, people who have tried the service have ended up buying it. It is with that trend the company saw a need to provide its new customers a 30-day free trial and decide if they still need the service.