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Thread: Difference between SEO And SMO ?

  1. #16
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    SEO is process of gaining natural traffic through ranking higher in serp for particular keyword phrase or keyword.

    SMO is process of endrossing the business through social media.

  2. #17
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    SEO is a process that helps to increase the ranking of your website to search engine. SEO stands for search engine optimization and SMO is about building any community and be connected using social networks. social media is good for redirecting traffic to your website. and search engine optimization is good to get traffic using backlinks.

  3. #18
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    SEO include various techniques like social bookmarking, video distribution, image backlinking, web 2.0, rss feed, video creation and submission etc. You have to use only white hat SEO techniques, don't use copied or spammy things and create natural backlinks only.
    SMO include various social networking sites as Facebook, google plus, twitter, linked in etc.... It is about building a community.

  4. #19
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    SMO surely must include the weight that search engines are now currently giving to social media signals - such as +1s, Likes, Tweets, etc. They are very much a part of Google's new drive towards relevant content, and they base what is relevant both on keywords and on how many interactions that post is getting. So if you've got a great post with lots of social interaction on it then Google will push that up the rankings above less engaged-with articles.

    Building the community is then not just about backlinks or click-throughs but about getting customer engagement that improves your website in the results pages. SEO and SMO are blending into one.

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