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Bob Reina Writes on HuffPost Rebranding Effort

by Chris Holden - May 11th, 2017.
Filed under: App.

The Huffington Post has been one of the cornerstones of online news and political analysis for years. Now the guys and girls at the Huffington Post are going through a rebranding. This past week we saw the Huffington Post rename themselves to just the HuffPost with their goal being to give a voice to those that have been left out of mainstream society. Coinciding with these changes were the article submissions from Bob Reina — the CEO and founder of Talk Fusion.

 

With HuffPost now live it seemed almost like serendipity that Bob Reina’s article, “Promoting with Purpose: How to Understand Your Audience”, launched at a coinciding time. Talk Fusion is one of the biggest video communication solution companies on the internet and CEO Reina has been there step-by-step. To keep things short and simple: Reina knows a thing or two about how to brand yourself and how to reach out to your audience.

 

Reina has been a contributor to the Huffington Post for the past two years, constantly giving great advice to those seeking ways to bridge the cap between consumer and corporation. Reina recently released another article, “How to Thrive in a Society of Quitters“. Reina’s work has been lauded as both the founder of Talk Fusion as well as a freelance writer, shelling out advice to those in need.

 

Reina took some time to comment on the HuffPost rebranding measures, “I’m a firm believer in the art of innovation. A brand’s growth is never complete.” Reina’s perspective is pretty obvious in this case as he is speaking from his own personal experience. Talk Fusion has rapidly been growing and evolving since it was first founded back in 2007. Talk Fusion has turned into a dominant force int he communication solutions marketplace.

 

Outside of his work as a HuffPost contributor and the founder of Talk Fusion, Reina has been doing big things. Reina is becoming a huge philanthropist and his contributions to natural disaster fund (Nepal earthquake, Japanese tsunami) and under-paid orphanages has literally been life saving. We’re eager to see where Reina and co head in the future.

 

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