Bob Reina has been bringing Talk Fusion forward into the top tiers of video marketing and is still trying to go further. He decided to tell Inspirery not long ago about how it all began (http://inspirery.com/bob-reina/). Reina described his work as being started with helping people in mind, and he even says that he only makes money when other people have success in sales. He mentioned that Talk Fusion is not limited in its target customer groups to big or small businesses, but is inclusive of all business owners and even non-profits. He goes on to say that if you want to make your dream happen badly enough, you just have to stick with it through hard work to do so.
Bob Reina actually began in his Talk Fusion business after spending years as a police officer. He had a steady paycheck, but it didn’t allow him to pursue his future goals as quickly as he wanted. So Reina took a risk and decided to go fulltime into multilevel marketing which didn’t have all the rewards at once. In fact he even has said his phone bill could be more than his paycheck at times, but he didn’t get discouraged. It was in 2004 that he first brought the Talk Fusion idea to light when he found an interest in video emails. Reina and Jonathan Chen began working on the software and by 2007 it was ready to go.
Bob Reina has gone from starting up a business to now being a technology and marketing author who writes from time to time for the Huffington Post and MarTech Advisor (http://www.martechadvisor.com/author/bob-reina/). He also sacrifices time and money to help local charities in Tampa, particular animal rescue and shelter agencies as he loves dogs and loves taking them out on fun activities. He also still joins his friends back at the police department from time to time to join in fundraising for their endeavors. Reina decided to offer an initiative at Talk Fusion that would allow associates to give away a monthly account to any non-profit entity they wished to help.