Bob Reina is the CEO of Talk Fusion, he recently wrote an article for MarTech Advisor to discuss the future of video in marketing strategy. In 2004, Mr. Reina saw a need for video usage and realized it’s potential in marketing, this is how Talk Fusion came to be. While it took time for the market to catch on, it is now a widely used tool. Bob shares his product ideas with his IT professionals, which are bases on consumer trends, market analysis, and the growing popularity of video.
The article written by Bob Reina is titled “Video Advertising Trends of 2017.” It will be shared with MarTech Advisor’s over one million subscribers and will have global reach. This piece explains why video is so important to growing a business and shares tips for executing videos, so readers can capitalize on the trend. This information could prove extremely beneficial to the target audience of marketing and sales professionals. Industry experts describe video as not just beneficial, but a must, and the most important asset in a marketing arsenal.
Talk Fusion is a video communication company which makes video conferencing, broadcasting, and social networking products. They offer an array of products to help small and large businesses promote themselves online and connect with customers. The video email feature allows for uploading or recording videos which are them sent via email. Fusion On The Go, accommodates video emailing from Android phones, tablets, iPhones, iPads. Video News letters, supports sending of video news letters to subscribers. Fusion Wall is an area for posting videos for review. Video Blog and Video Share provides a platform for video blogging and a way to share videos to more than 200 social network sites. Connect is for hosting of webinars which can accommodate up to 500 attendees, depending on the package chosen by the consumer. For more information please visit TalkFusion.com
Bob Reina also contributes to The Forbes, and has previously written “Video Marketing Boosts Customer Engagement and Profits,” in May of 2016. This was one of MarTech Advisor’s most read pieces for that year.