Talk Fusion CEO Bob Reina has been featured on a lot of technology media outlets where he’s shared insights on video marketing, and now he’s announced the rollout of Talk Fusion University, a learning tool the company has put out to help associates reach their true potential and understand better how Talk Fusion’s business model works. This learning resource is free for all Talk Fusion associates to use, and Reina hopes that after watching the videos he’s put together on exposing new customers to Talk Fusion products, that associates will develop new strategies and be able to work even more closely with each other than ever before.
Talk Fusion offers a variety of video-based email and newsletter products, and they also have apps for various mobile devices for live meetings and one-on-one video chat. Talk Fusion is not narrowly confined to any one business niche or industry, but has a diverse range of customers ranging from high-level corporate executives to people simply using their products for personal reasons. Their products use what’s known as webRTC technology, a system that allows users to turn real-time video recordings into email files and other content they can distribute. Associates are able to make money selling these products to others, and even earn additional commissions from those who they recruit who also sell the products. It’s Talk Fusion’s reward system that makes this profession appealing to others.
Talk Fusion began back in 2007, though it was really already in the works about 10 years before when longtime Tampa police officer Bob Reina left the force and decided to try out the multilevel marketing profession. He had become a good salesperson in the industry, but he wanted to have a company that could adapt to changes and sell products that consumers would have a high demand for. He came up with emails that contained video back in 2004, and after his company was launched he added more apps that could serve a full-scale digital marketing purpose. In addition to the associates program, Reina also has philanthropy initiatives at Talk Fusion aimed at helping non-profit groups who don’t have the resources to hire a PR team. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/company/talk-fusion-corporate