Talk Fusion CEO Bob Reina Talks About HuffPost Articles He Wrote

Bob Reina is an innovator and author and he’s written columns for the HuffPost, formerly known as the Huffington Post over the years. Reina’s specialty is video marketing and he has had software developed through his company Talk Fusion, and the two articles he’s written are titled “Promoting with Purpose: How to Understand Your Audience” and “How to Thrive in a Society of Quitters.” Reina also explained that he chose the HuffPost because their mission has been to stand up for the little guy and those who haven’t had important stories told. Reina has stated that his company Talk Fusion is all about helping both business and non-profit groups succeed no matter their size or status.


Bob Reina began Talk Fusion back in 2007 three years after he had conceived the idea while on vacation. He had thought of a way to send videos through emails that could be sent to any email address and could be a tool to market and send important messages to customers. Soon he and his technical team had a suite of products designed for mass video marketing that included video email software, newsletters, group meeting software, one-on-one video chat and contact signup forms. Customers can also now try all of these products for free if they signup for a 30-day free trial.


There are also business opportunities for independent contractors through the Talk Fusion associates program. Associates can sell Talk Fusion products to their own customers and they also earn bonus points for referring others to the associates program and can make extra commission for every sale a referral makes. Associates who surpass a certain volume of sales, referrals and free trial signups in a given period can also be eligible for rewards such as exquisite jewelry, vacations and sports cars.


Talk Fusion is also a place where philanthropy abounds through the new giving program. Associates can choose to give a Talk Fusion premium monthly account away to a non-profit of their choice as part of an incentives program. Reina has even used his own compensation to support philanthropies including the Tampa Humane Society and adoption agencies.


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