Talk Fusion CEO Bob Reina Comments on HuffPost Branding Effort

To survive in the world of business and technology you need to be able to do one thing better than anyone else: innovate. Talk Fusion founder and CEO Bob Reina has been at the forefront of an innovative revolution in the field of video marketing and video communication solutions. Reina himself has become so prolific at what he does that he routinely reaches out to share his expertise with those that could be interested. That is why, for the last couple of years, Reina has been a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post as a guest writer. Recently we saw that the Huffington Post underwent a huge rebranding effort in order to refocus their content and Reina was right alongside them.


The Huffington Post is a news network that has been going strong for years now. After the hefty political season we just went through it was decided that the company needed to refocus on what it is that they were going to offer their customers. So the team at the Huffington Post decided rename themselves simply HuffPost. Their new focus is going to be on giving a voice to those that need to be heard. The rebranding effort went live just this past month and Bob Reina was along for the ride as he contributed a pair of articles coinciding with the change.


If you head to the HuffPost website you will be able to find Reina’s newest pieces of content: “Promoting with Purpose: How to Understand Your Audience” and “How to Thrive in a Society of Quitters”. Both of these articles are perfectly timed with HuffPost’s rebranding effort and we don’t believe for a second that this was a coincidence. In fact Bob Reina even took time to comment on the HuffPost’s new branding. Reina said, “I’m a firm believer in the art of innovation. A brand’s growth is never complete.”


It seems pretty easy to say that Reina and the crew at Talk Fusion are firm believers in what the HuffPost is doing. We fully expect to see Talk Fusion continue to innovate and sculpt their brand throughout the following years.