Video marketing is centered around the idea of giving people a chance to see what’s being offered. When people can actually see the product that’s available than they’re far more likely to purchase it. As such, one can easily understand why video marketing leader Talk Fusion is offering a free trial of their services. The company recently announced that they would offer a 30 day free trial of their services to anyone interested in seeing what Talk Fusion has to offer.
Bob Reina, founder and CEO of Talk Fusion, was able to succinctly explain what prompted the move. Reina has stated that he wants to get as many people as possible to try Talk Fusion. Because when people try Talk Fusion, they inevitably want to buy it as well. This desire to present Talk Fusion to the world also goes along with another milestone for the company. Coinciding with the new 30-day free trial is a whole new website. Talk Fusion offers a lot of different options for consumers. The website has been updated to make it easier than ever for people to see just what the platform has to offer. It seems likely that this move will bring a whole host of new, satisfied, customers to Talk Fusion.
First established in 2007, they’ve certainly performed this feat quite well in the past. The company quickly leapfrogged over their competition to become leaders in the field. One of the most interesting things about the company is that CEO Bob Reina has always been quite open about his desire to make the world a better place. Communication is an important part of any positive change.
Reina is well known for stating that “with great success comes greater responsibility“. As such he and Talk Fusion itself have played a great part in helping charities around the world. This ranges all the way from helping people to helping animals in need. Furthermore, Talk Fusion is part of the Direct Selling Association and helps to ensure that the market remains ethical. Their full range of multimedia marketing tools is also used by various different sectors all over the world. From commercial ventures to non-profit groups.