Bob Reina is one of the pioneers of marketing through video. He was the first man to realize the untapped potential of video marketing. Back in 2007, he started a business that has helped many businesses grow their sales and expand their profit margins. Bob recently wrote an article on the MarTech advisor about how video marketing as a trend and how it will affect businesses operations this year. The Article will be read by over a million people, and just like his previous articles, it is expected to offer positive impact.
In his article titled “Video Advertising Trends of 2017”, Bob says that the use of video is not just a marketing tool but also a valuable instrument for every advertiser to utilize. Information is treasured, and so is the means through which the said information is communicated. Using video creates a good impression and lasting memory in the minds of your clients. He analyzes how video marketing affected businesses in 2016 and gives insight into how it will be used in 2017 and the years to come. In his opinion, the time for making video marketing is now. Learn the techniques and styles used and take your business to a higher level.
In his Talk Fusion platform, Bob and his team of IT specialists can help promote businesses and their products through the use of engaging, memorable and involving videos. This is achieved by studying the market trends in that line of business and consumer trends.
Bob is commonly known as the CEO of the world’s first one on one video advertising medium, Talk Fusion. He is also a great philanthropist; through his organization, he has helped many homeless animals. Bob had served in Tampa Bay police department before he started Talk Fusion. He is also a great contributor of the Huffington post as well. Bob Reina promotes and strives to create a humane society by advocating against animal cruelty. In peoples’ eyes, he is not just a founder and a CEO; he is a great friend and mentor. Due to his outstanding work ethics and passion for network marketing, Bob has achieved great success in his entrepreneurial ventures.