The only thing more rewarding than taking a risk that ultimately leads to you becoming successful in business is also providing a similar opportunity to others to follow that same path. That’s what Bob Reina, founder of Talk Fusion is excited about with his work. Reina explained in an interview with Inspirery that the stories of those who had found success in business as Talk Fusion associates were what was most important to Reina, and he likes to hear how he can improve his company even more to help them. Reina started this company because he loves using video to chat or to have a story produced, but he also loves giving to others and he’s made Talk Fusion as much about philanthropy as it is business.
Reina also told Inspirery that he went into direct selling for video marketing because while he enjoyed some things about being a police officer, he never felt he was at his full potential to help others with a tight schedule and limited paycheck. His entering the direct selling industry had its own set of mishaps and times when the paycheck was meager, but when the idea for Talk Fusion came to him it became immensely popular with everyone he showed it to. The company started out as simply email video software marketing, but it’s since included newsletters, presentations, conferencing and signup form software.Learn more : https://www.facebook.com/TalkFusion/videos/2963037773434/
Talk Fusion’s products are sold by associates who refer customers to them and earn commission on each sale they make. Associates can be eligible for rewards by meeting sales volumes and exceeding referral numbers. They can also participate in a giving program that allows them to give a Talk Fusion account to a charity of their choosing. Reina started this program because he’s active in the Tampa community volunteering at animal shelters and food banks. He also has sponsored orphans at various children’s homes across the world and has given to earthquake victims. Reina also writes columns from time to time about the impact of video advertising and storytelling at publications like the Huffington Post, and he recently returned to MarTech Advisor.