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Alan See
Works at Alan See CMO Temps, LLC
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Lives in Dayton, Ohio
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Social Media and Content Marketing Explained  http://bit.ly/1EjmrRd 
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#CMO s on Twitter: Who Tweets fastest? http://bit.ly/1bPW3rf  ~ 
On average, the group of CMOs on Twitter sampled by Didit Tweeted 13.6 times per week. Is that too much, too little, or just right?
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Does your marketing content move the heart? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5h_AHm194q8
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How to Use Transparency for Power http://linkd.in/1AxWWR4  ~ 
What does “transparency” in business actually mean? A lot of material has been written on that topic over the last few years in relation to social media marketing.  Most of articles deal with transparency at the corporate branding level although some authors provide commentary around personal branding.  I’ll admit that a few of my own blog posts touch on transparency; yes, in many cases authenticity, relevance and trust are also mentioned.  One b...
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Social Media and Content Marketing Explained  http://linkd.in/1EV3d4R  ~
Volumes of blogs, articles and research have been written on the millennials.  My married daughters are members of that generation and have started families of their own.  I've watched them ditch Facebook for Instagram and have left them both in the dust when it comes to Twitter.  A text message will still get the quickest response, but an immediate reply is never guaranteed on any platform because their lives are busy.  Reaching your target mark...
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Has your marketing message been muted? http://linkd.in/1EHeB5f  ~ 
The mute buttons on phones and TV remote controls are very useful.  They are not without risk though.  Nothing life threatening, but the possibility of embarrassment and agitation exists.  Like the time you thought your cell phone was on mute and you carried it with you into the restroom during that conference call.  And there was that time you muted a TV commercial and missed an important part of the dialogue when your show came back on.About a ...
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Top 50 Twitter #EmployeeSEAL Leadership Award via @BlueFocus Marketing |@SocialEmployee~ http://bit.ly/1IwdV9c  
  We are proud to announce the winners of the first annual #EmployeeSEAL Awards. The SEAL—which stands for “Social Employee Advocacy
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Twitter is a uniquely personal marketing medium these CMOs have mastered. Read their tweets to see how branding gets done.
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Chief Marketing Officer - B2B SaaS Content Marketing and a Forbes Most Influential CMO on Social Media
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Alan See is a senior executive with the rare ability to speak Social Media Marketing and Sales 101 in the same sentence. He is also recognized as a most influential Chief Marketing Officer by Forbes, Social Media Marketing Magazine and CEOWorld Magazine, as well as a Top 1% Influencer by Kred. This means his grown children still wonder "what does dad really do all day at work?" He has also served as an associate faculty member at the University of Phoenix where he loved to teach, but hated to grade papers! Alan is an active blogger and frequent presenter on topics that help organizations develop marketing strategies and sales initiatives to power profitable growth. He has performed for and interacts with some of the world’s most respected brands including; IBM, Cap Gemini, Teradata, SAS Institute, NCR Corporation and AT&T. But wait, there's more! He also has experience with startups and SMB's with names not found on the international stage including; DocuStar, the Dayton Sharks, MindLeaders and Seapine Software. Alan holds BBA and MBA degrees from Abilene Christian University.

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    MBA, 1986
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    BBA, 1981
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How Marketing Executives Use Twitter: Top Content Sources, Most Retweete...
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Social Media - Nearly half (47%) of the content links shared by marketing executives on Twitter comes from mainstream media sources, accordi

Is Your Content in Plain Writing?
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“Give it to me in plain English.” My children are grown now, but when they were teenagers I can still remember starting conversations with t

3 Key Factors to a CMO’s First 90 Days | Alan See | LinkedIn
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“In Search of Failure.” That’s the title of chapter seven in Frederick Reichheld’s book The Loyalty Effect. In that chapter, Reichheld point

Are You Using the Dreaded Cold Call or Creating a Conversation? | Alan S...
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Did you know that the cold call is not unique to sales? It happens in the class room as well. When a teacher asks a question of a student wh

Are You Customer-Focused on Social Media? | LinkedIn
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Imagine two people entering a crowded room. The first person bursts in and announces:“Here I am!!”The second person walks in, looks you in t

4 Ways to Power Your Business with the “Who’s Viewed Your Profile” Featu...
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“Made you look!” When my kids were little I could play them with that phrase. When they were teenagers, “I’m watching you,” was my serious m

Social Media Networking for Sales Results
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Social media marketing workshop designed to produced sales results.

The Customer is in Control | LinkedIn
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I have an electric stove with a turbo boil feature. The manufacturer calls this feature “America’s fastest speed-to-boil” element. In fact,

How to Improve Your Twitter Curb Appeal in Five Key Areas | LinkedIn
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Think about what first attracted you to your home. Your initial impression as you pulled up and viewed the unique landscape and exterior arc

Are You Mentor Material? | LinkedIn
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In a fast changing business environment do “I remember when” or “when I was your age” stories have value? My twenty something year old child

Good Leaders Know How to Rally the Troops | LinkedIn
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I’m reading the book “The Blood of Heroes.” It’s about the Alamo, and if you’re from the U.S., you know how that event ends. But let’s not g

How To Make A Difference When You’re Neither Feared Nor Loved | LinkedIn
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The other day I came across a website with some fun personality quizzes. I’m not sure how credible the quizzes really are, but according to

If the customer is not “engaged” has marketing failed? | LinkedIn
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Research shows that we tend to remember:• 10% of what we read • 20% of what we hear • 30% of what we see • 50% of what we hear and see • 70%

Quality check: Is 99.9% good enough? | LinkedIn
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People are human and that means mistakes are bound to happen. In fact, few of us get through the workday without making a single error, so s

Dayton Sharks Professional Indoor Football Marketing Success Story
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The Dayton Sharks are a professional indoor football team in Dayton, Ohio and compete in the Continental Indoor Football League (CIFL). Docu

Create Your Own Formula for Success
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I grew up in Grinnell, Iowa, a small town in the rural Midwest. It’s not exactly the place you would expect to find the most prolific scorin

Are You a Social Media Sledge Hammer?
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In 1977 I failed my initial swimming test during Plebe Summer at the United States Naval Academy. During my remedial lessons with other sink

The Value of Personal Social Influence
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Somewhere in America, a business leader is standing in front of an audience prepared to use the phrase “Our most important asset is our peop

Is it Time to Hire a Social Media Marketing Expert?
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There was breakdown in the assembly line and no one on Henry Ford’s staff could fix it. As the story goes, his production lines were down fo