Talk Fusion is making strides when it comes to their video communication products. They claim that once you use their products consistently, you will see a dramatic increase in the amount of sales and customer traffic for your business. Talk Fusion follows the philosophy of giving back, which is all thanks to its Founder and CEO Bob Reina. Bob Reina is all about helping others as much as he possibly can. That is why he created these products with the customer in mind. He wanted to give back to small business owners around the world by making user-friendly products that will help business owners communicate more effectively than ever before. In fact, Bob Reina took his mission of giving back a step further. He recently launched a program where Talk Fusion Associates can pick a charity of their choice and donate one free charity account to them. This, in turn, will allow that charity full access to Talk Fusion’s video communication products. This is a great way for those charities and small businesses to spread the world and let others know what they are all about. Talk Fusion is an all-in-one video marketing system. With products such as Video Chat, Video Newsletters, Video Email, and Live Meetings, it is no wonder why so many people are seeing a positive change after using these products. With Talk Fusion’s products, you are able to record your own video and upload it to your Talk Fusion account. From there, you can customize the video with your own logo and include it in a video email. Every once in a while, Talk Fusion offers a 30-day free trial period. During this time, users will have full access to everything Talk Fusion has to offer. Once you try out these products, you will see what a difference it can be and how much help it will give you to make your business become a success.
Talk Fusion has already made a lot of headway with their online video marketing platform, but for customers who really want to get the picture of what they’re about they can now get it sent to them in a 30-day free trial. According to PRNewswire, this 30-day free trial just simply requires the customer to signup on the Talk Fusion website without submitting any payment methods or billing information. Customers can decide after the trial whether or not to subscribe to the service. Bob Reina, Talk Fusion’s CEO believes in free sampling as the most effective marketing tool, and is excited about the potential he sees with this new software package, including its WebRTC recorder.
Bob Reina basically built Talk Fusion from scratch, becoming a businessman without any real formal training in the field. He was originally a police officer, a job he loved but ultimately retired from because he wanted to be his own boss. He developed an interest in Direct Selling originally as a hobby, but when this hobby prompted him to develop a video through email product, it became the base of his new business. Reina and a friend of his developed the platform to create a high quality but simple video that could be sent as an email without the need to attach a big bulky video file, and when Reina realized how big of a marketing tool this could be, he started up Talk Fusion as his direct selling business.
Reina has grown the company rapidly in less than 10 years, winning business and product-of-the-year awards throughout its existence. Reina has also built in rewards programs for Talk Fusion associates who have generated large customer bases and lots of sales, helping to grow the company through referrals and other outlets. Reina is also a philanthropist who supports humanitarian causes, especially animal shelters and pet adoption agencies that he is regularly involved with and donates to.
FreedomPop has been gaining some major buzz in the mobile carrier world over the past couple of years thanks in large part to their inventive and unique ‘freemium’ operation. FreedomPop, led by CEO Stephen Stokols, has been offering free mobile service to customers since their inception and they continue to grow behind the idea that add-ons are more important than initial purchase points. Now the L.A. based tech company is looking to grab some more subscribers, as reported by RCR Wireless, by offering some refurbished smart phones at a major discounted price.
Right now new subscribers can find their way to purchase a Motorola E for just $40, discounted from its original $230 price point, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S4 which is being sold for just $100. These two smart phones offer new subscribers an entry point into an essentially free mobile carrier network that is seeking to change everything about the business. To further prove the point that their company is doing things differently subscribers who buy these discounted smart phones will also receive a free month of ‘premium’ FreedomPop service.
FreedomPop’s core service has always been free and it always will be free. The core FreedomPop plan offers users a limited amount of talk, text, and data for absolutely no charge. From there subscribers can build off of their base plan in a sort of buffet fashion, choosing what they want instead of paying for a bundled package. The premium plan that will come with the new discount phones will give subscribers unlimited talk and text as well as a gig of mobile data. This premium plan, which costs $5 per month regularly, will be free for the first 30 days. After which customers will have the choice to revert to the regular plan or keep paying on the improved option.
In the past year we’ve seen FreedomPop gain some solid ground in the mobile world as they’ve landed a huge funding deal from Intel Capital. Along with the funding acquisition there is a partnership in place between the two companies with plans to build and manufacture a special WiFi first smartphone. The WiFi first smart phone will be FreedomPop’s first foray into marketing their own unique device and the phone should be ready for launch sometime in 2016. Right now details on the specs and the price point for the device are scarce, but news should be forthcoming.
When you take into consideration the amazing technology that goes behind search engines, one cannot help but be impressed. Over the last 20 years, search technology has taken incredible strides. It’s hard to believe that the largest search engine in the world, Google is only 17 years old. Now what was once a small renegade search engine is a commonly used worldwide name, as much a part of our lives as our television sets or automobiles.
Growth is the backbone of technology. Without constant advancements and improvements, our lives would be made less convenient.
One can hardly fathom that search technology could actually be improved upon, especially when we have the information of the entire world as close as our cell phones. But is there room for improvement? Can search technology actually be improved upon in this day and age? Can we actually expect something better than the zenith of what we have now?
Flipora, a brand-new search engine is breaking new ground and how people use search and the results that they receive. The search engine is the creation of Jonathan Siddharth and Vijay Krishnan, two graduates from Stanford University who had a better idea for a search engine than the ones that occupy the present space. And their plan was so simple, it makes sense upon further inspection.
One of the main complaints about search engines is that they don’t reply to inquiries with information that is relevant to the user. In many cases the information that a search engine returns is based upon an algorithm that is written by a team of programmers, and not necessarily convey the real world, common knowledge known by individuals. Flipora attempts to bridge that gap by incorporating a unique approach that utilizes social usage online. By combining social usage received with a proprietary search algorithm, Flipora returns search results that are more personal in nature and has more data relevant to the search than other search engines.
The upstart search engine recently received a $1.5 million stipend from a group of investors, including Anil Dharni, the Co-Founder of Funzio, and Mayank Bawa, Founder and CEO of Aster Data. Since their initial startup in 2012, they have received close to $4.5 million worth of startup funding.
The technology behind search engines are constantly evolving and changing, but in many ways lack the human touch.