People have always been looking for better forms of communication. Couriers carrying letters back and forth can take weeks on end, and many times never even reached their destination. The invention of the telegraph sped this up significantly, allowing written messages to reach destinations much faster, almost real time as they were being typed. However, these sites still had to be connected via wires. Phones had the same problem. It was not until the invention of the internet that the miles of wire and lines were eliminated. Emails and other forms of text messaging have become an everyday fact of life, both in the casual and professional worlds.
However, what comes after email? Well, a new application called Talk Fusion may have found the answer. The idea behind the application is fairly simple: an app that allows for instantaneous sending of videos with an emphasis on the professional uses of this service. While the premise may seem elementary, this medium of messaging will change business forever, especially marketing. Imagine this; a business is attempting to persuade a supplier to only supply them. This business is on the other side of the country, and the plane flight and hotel costs would be substantial to the business. Instead, Talk Fusion would allow the business to send their entire pitch via video for a fraction of the cost. The counter to this would be the fact that a video can still be sent via regular email, but therein lies the genius of Talk Fusion. While emails with video attachments require a third party application or website, with some degree of waiting being involved, and possibly not working entirely, Talk Fusion allows the video to be watched instantaneously, without need for redirection to another website, or any involvement from a third party application or program.
The marketing uses of this service are bountiful. Instead a sheet with simple words, now a customer will receive the same message, but still be able to see the facial expressions or hear the diction used, allowing for a more precise communication of the intended message. While Skype allows one to video chat over long distances as well, the feed is in real time. This means that a poor internet connection on either side will severely hamper both parties. Also, with a video message, the sender has the ability to read from a prepared script or look at a chart while they read the message, as well as being able to dispose of the video whenever they want, and redo the message. Learn more: https://www.businessforhome.org/2016/07/talk-fusion-classified-as-triple-a-opportunity/