Every now and then companies are forced to rebrand with the hopes of attracting new clients. Most recently, the Huffington Post was forced to rebrand with the help of Talk Fusion and Bon Reina. In order to best inform current readers, Bob Reina released a couple of articles for what is now HuffPost, to help people understand what is going in with the rebranding and the complex issues faced when rebranding a company. Bob Reina is helping the Huffington Post with their technology and marketing needs.
HuffPost has changed their aim to now tell the stories of readers who have been left out of the conversation. Bob Reina believes that a brand continues to grow and is never finished. He said his goal was to set people up like the HuffPo to succeed no matter what their history may be. Learn more: https://www.youtube.com/user/TalkFusionOfficial
Bob Reina has been contributing to the HuffPost since August 2016, highlighting entrepreneurship, marketing and video technology trends, lifestyle, skillful selling, and self-development (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/bobreinatalkfusion-704). Bob Reina is pleased with the platform the HuffPost has become and the changes they made to their brand. He wants to see them produce articles with genuine insight to their nearly 200 million readers.
Talk Fusion provides businesses with the tools for video marketing. Bob Reina helps companies stand out from their competitors, increase sales and keep their clients returning. Talk Fusion offers innovative software that is marketed in over 140 countries. Talk Fusion offers 30-day free trials for their video marketing software, to those who are interested in trying it out before they buy. Bob Reina launched Talk Fusion in 2007 and maintains a positive commitment to the community, he is very philanthropic and continues to give back to his family, friends, communities and animal charities around the globe. Talk Fusion’s marketing is focused on an individual basis by the staff. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/company/talk-fusion-corporate