Fusionbox Creates Online Video Q&A Tool

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Fusionbox, a Denver web design and development company, has created a revolutionary, online video question and answer tool for client VerusLive.

Fusionbox, a Denver web design and development company has launched a revolutionary video question and answer tool called Jabbits.

The online tool allows users to upload questions in the form of video that they record with their webcams. Users can then upload answers to the questions of others. The Flash tool connects directly to the user's webcam in order to record and upload video content. Users can rate, email and even embed the tool on their blog, MySpace page or website.

"The online question and answer space has really gotten popular in the last year," said Alexander Groth, President of Fusionbox. "Yahoo, LinkedIn and MSN all have Q&A features but none of them use a video component." The site was developed by Fusionbox using Flash and open source technologies (PHP, MySQL). The Flash tool uploads converts, encodes and optimizes a variety of different video file formats.

Jabbits not only serves as a unique tool for users, but it is a highly effective tool for market researchers. Jabbits allows market researchers to connect with their target audience in various locations without leaving their offices. Jabbits is also more cost effective and provides faster results than traditional focus groups.

ABOUT Fusionbox, Inc. - Fusionbox is a Denver web design and development company. Fusionbox offers custom web software development, web design, search engine marketing, content management solutions and e-commerce solutions.


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