The founder and chief executive officer of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina, made an appearance on WFTS in Tampa, Florida, where he discussed his company. WFTS is a local news affiliate of ABC News. During his time on air, Bob Reina discussed what products Talk Fusion offers, how his company got started and the special deals the company currently offers.
Talk Fusion was created by Bob Reina when he was out looking at vacation homes to buy in North Carolina. He wanted to send a video in an email to family back home in Florida when he realized that the video was too big. That let him to a search to find a way to embed videos in email without the limitations put on him by email providers such as AOL at the time.
Since its founding, Talk Fusion has grown tremendously from offering only video email services to live video chats, live video meetings and the ability to communicate on video through a smartphone. Talk Fusion has one of the clearest and sharpest video quality so it is perfect for live video meetings where information may be shared or presented.
The company has evolved in becoming a leader in video marketing. Companies and small businesses can use Talk Fusion video solutions as an interactive way to get people to sign up using interactive sign up emails. Embedded emails can also be used to market products directly to somebody in an email. Research has shown that graphical presentations of information whether pictorial or video can be highly effective.
Bob Reina also talked about a trial offer that Talk Fusion is now offering. Any person or company can try Talk Fusion for free for 30 days. No credit card is required for this trial. All that is needed for the free trail is a valid email address.
Mr. Reina also mentioned on WFTS that any animal based non-profit group can contact Talk Fusion and get their best video package service for free. Bob Reina is an animal lover and loves to give back to the community. By giving animal non-profits free access to Talk Fusion’s award winning services, he believes he can help them fundraise and raise awareness.