Anyone who isn’t already using a video newsletter is leaving money on the table. Let’s face it, a video newsletter is a great way to have your viewers open your newsletters. They will read them and watch them for the valuable information they contain. Who doesn’t like watching a video, right? Getting your viewers and blog readers to appreciate the valuable content you provide can be tricky. One of the best ways to engage the audience is by using video.
Keep in mind that you can provide a video newsletter on a personal level or a business and professional level. Imagine all of the uses that a video newsletter could have. You could announce a family reunion and keep your family and friends updated from the announcement until it’s time to celebrate. If you run a business, like a retail store, you can use the newsletter to announce things that are happening in your store.
Many people might be wondering how t get started using a video newsletter. There is an easy to use platform that will make this very easy for everyone regardless of their reason for doing this. That platform is called Talk Fusion. This platform was created by Talk Fusion founder and CEO Bob Reina. Bob was not always a well respected CEO of an innovative video technology company.
In fact, Bob Reina was an regular, everyday guy who wanted to send a video in an email to one of his friends. He couldn’t find an option to do it and so, he sent a quick email to AOL and they responded. They told him it could not be done. Bob Reina knew that had to be a better way and he consulted with a friend of his who was tech savvy. Together they created the most advanced and innovative video platform in the world today, that platform is Talk Fusion.
Bob Reina knows that everything is better with video. Using Talk Fusion’s ‘together we can make a difference’ approach, anyone can use video technology to keep in touch. This is for fortune five hundred companies and everyday people who just want to communicate with their family and friends. Video technology is no longer complex when you use Talk Fusion.