Bob Reina has become a trusted voice on video marketing ideas and trends because of what he’s done in the industry through his company Talk Fusion.
Talk Fusion has several apps that make sending live or recorded videos through email or open sessions easy to do.
Talk Fusion’s software is WebRTC based which means you don’t need separate software to use it.
It runs across multiple browsers without even using Adobe flash player and with its Live Meetings app, a broadcaster can reach up to 500 people. Reina and his team have perfected the quality of the app so that it can run smoothly even on some slower home internet connections.
All of this is the result of 13 years entering the IT industry. Learn more about Bob Reina: https://dsnblog.com/tag/bob-reina/ and http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xn0r8i_invite-them-to-the-webinars-talk-fusion-bob-reina_news
Bob Reina has many years running multilevel marketing gigs, the model that Talk Fusion is built on. Prior to that, he was a deputy at the Hillsborough County sheriff’s office, and he changed that career for multilevel marketing because of the freedom it gave him to work his own hours, and the endless limit of possibilities he could reach.
While the first multilevel marketing companies he worked for didn’t last that long, he still felt he would find something that would last for the long-term.
When he came across the idea of being able to transmit videos through email, he knew he had an idea that could lead to even bigger and better opportunities. He soon was able to bring that idea to life with Talk Fusion’s first video email client, and soon video newsletters and signup forms followed.
Bob Reina counts it as no small thing that the multilevel marketing industry allowed him to change his life’s direction, and he wants the Talk Fusion associates program to do the same for others.
For those who might be unsure how to get started using it, Reina has started Talk Fusion University, a video series on selling Talk Fusion products and understanding the uses of video. Reina is also a regular blogger for outlets like the Huffington Post and MarTech Advisor, and he’s also a donor to several animal rescue agencies.