Talk Fusion Is More Than A Mere Video Communication Platform


It is in the interest of every business’s, whether it is small or large, to stay ahead of the curve. Video communication is one of the greatest innovations of our time but very few companies have managed to harness it’s power and provide it to everyone using a simple methodology. One of these companies who have embraced the technology and made it user friendly is Talk Fusion and it’s CEO, Bob Reina. Talk Fusion is an application that does not fit a single purpose, it is one of those applications that have a multitude of uses, often far beyond the expectation of the user.

As a business example, Charities rely on developing awareness for their cause, thanking donors that have already contributed, finding new potential donors as well as providing a platform for more volunteers to sign up. All these important aspects of Charity take time to address and set up. Few charities can afford to hire the expertise or have the time to take up this time consuming task. Talk Fusion takes this process and simplifies it. No longer is skilled labour required to address these tasks. The all in one solution provides the user with every possible promotion approach available. Whether you are using email, newsletters, conferencing or video chats, products or services can now be brought directly to the customer through a simple click of a button.

Bob Reina is the thinker behind this innovative new technology that has taken the market by storm. His suite does not follow the typical approach of marketing and utilizes a proprietary business model allowing customers to immediately enjoy the earnings of commission for their referral work. Bob Reina was able to take an idea that was thought to be impossible to accomplish and turn it into one of the most used ideas in the industry. This was thanks to the hard work of the senior team at Talk Fusion that work day and night to provide their customers with a bug free software solution that performs every time.

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The Problem of Online Reviews

For Andrew Gruel the launch of his restaurant, Slapfish, was an exciting moment. He had a niche, sustainable seafood, and a style that would make any foodie dance in their seat when the plates arrived. However, he wasn’t perfect and his first few months were rough. Customers went to online review websites like Yelp, Urban Spoon, and Angie’s List in droves to complain about serving sizes and prices. So Mr. Gruel took their complaints to heart and amended his menu, but the damage had been done: the negative reviews were public forever.

Gruel’s story isn’t a rare one and, in fact, it is increasingly common to see companies go into a nosedive because their first few reviews were negative. That is why companies like Status Labs exist. Status Labs, led by CEO Darius Fisher, aim to help businesses and individuals control their public image on the internet. Status Labs is a digital reputation management company and they are almost tailor made to help people like Andrew Gruel and we’ll explain why.

The key to offsetting these bad reviews is to respond to your customers and help them feel heard, respected, and appropriately responded to. With hundreds of reviews potentially going up every month it can be hard for an entrepreneur to sit down and respond to them all. FreedomPop takes the task to heart and they make it their job to respond to all of these reviews almost as soon as possible. Mr. Gruel told reporters that you can “get buried by bad reviews and that you have to “stop the bleeding” — and that is what Status Labs does.

The company opts to respond to bad reviews as quickly as possible in order to resolve and potentially eliminate the negative reviews. This is an important branch of customer service that usually happens in the restaurant. With the popularity of online review websites, however, there has become a very real need for a digital PR branch to help maintain the business. It’s sad but negative reviews, especially int he early life of a company, can turn the tide of public opinion for good.

Status Labs Shows How to Clean-Up Your Google Footprint

How often does a company offer the advice they get paid for – for free?. Yet in the case of Status Labs president, Darius Fisher, he’s doing just that. In a recent article, Mr Fisher clearly spells out five tips to perform a Google name clean-up. Knowing how much trouble a bad digital reputation can be to a person’s career and even their family and social life, Darius Fisher has become an expert in helping persons in a digital crisis. Here are his five suggested tips:

Before you Google yourself, log out of your browser and clear the cache and history. This will give a more accurate view of what others see when they Google your name.
Make sure all your social network profiles have the right privacy settings. Remove any negative photos or statements that you have posted previous to changing these settings.
Create new content about yourself, through a blog, social media bios or press releases. The well-know social media sites rank high on Google, so add info often.
Monitor databrokers like PeopleSmart and WhitePages that scrape the web for your personal information.
Take matters into your own hands by contacting webmasters to have your photo or name removed from websites
Mr. Fisher acknowledges that cleaning up search results and adding fresh and positive content that ranks high on Google’s search takes hard work. But he has been at it for awhile, having served over 1,500 clients in thirty-five countries. Not only is Status Labs an online reputation management service, but also specializes in public relations and digital marketing. With offices located in Austin, New York and Sao Paulo, their clients range from politicians, athletes, CEOs and other public figures.

As an indication of Darius Fischer’s recognition as an expert in digital reputation management and marketing, he will be a speaker at the Impact15 marketing conference held in Las Vegas, Nevada. His presentation is titled “Why the First Page of Google Search is the New First Impression”. He plans to once again share his knowledge of best practices and the SEO along with many other topics. Thanks go out to Mr. Fisher for his help in fixing for others what can seem like an insurmountable task.