Talk Fusion CEO & Founder Bob Reina has been an active contributor to the Huffington Post over the past two years. Reina’s focus as an innovator in his own career has been focused on his video marketing and communication solutions company. Reina’s success has been so apparent that his own advice has become something to be cherished by digital entrepreneurs. Reina has thus been writing frequently for the Huffington Post. His most recent works went live on the website just in time to coincide with the Huffington Post’s new branding effort.
The Huffington Post is changing the name of their game and the focus of their brand under a new moniker: ‘HuffPost’. The HuffPost will be focusing on giving a voice to those that need to be heard or feel that they haven’t been heard. The branding effort comes in response to a rapidly changing media world. Bob Reina has focused his newest content on this new marketing change. On HuffPost’s content section you can read Reina’s newest submissions: “Promoting with Purpose: How to Understand Your Audience” and “How to Thrive in a Society of Quitters“.
Ever since becoming a contributor to HuffPost we have watched as Reina’s grown his library of content. Reina focuses primarily on technology, philanthropy, lifestyle trends, and selling your skillset. Reina’s innovation has gone far beyond just the articles that he’s released. In fact, Reina’s expertise made him worth grabbing a comment from in response to the Huffpost’s new changes. Reina said simply, “I’m a firm believer in the art of innovation. A brand’s growth is never complete.”
Reina has been a stalwart force in the digital entrepreneur world for the past decade so it makes sense that his comments on the HuffPost branding would be important to consider. Reina also stated, “I’m very pleased to see that this trending platform took a step back to hone in on the things that matter, such as culture and fulfillment, with the relaunch of their brand.” It’s exciting to see just where HuffPost and Reina go in the future of their corresponding careers — but either way we expect big things.