What is difference between SEO and SMO?

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SMO is Social media optimization which is the process of promoting your website on social media .SEO stand For Search Engine Optimization Which help to bring traffic through backlinks.
 

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Social Media Optimization Include Blogging, Video Sharing, Image Sharing, Social Networking.
Search Engine Optimization On Page SEO and Off Page SEO.
 

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Hi all,

What is difference between SEO and SMO?

I'm not obvious about 2 this terms so please explain for me.

Thank you
SEO is a process that need to be followed to rank your websites on major search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing. It is practiced to make your website visible on the top page of any search engine. SEO help to generate traffic for your website.
Search Engine Optimization includes On-page & off-page optimization.

SMO (Social Media Marketing) is related to social media like Facebook, Twitter and Google+. It help to generate awareness among people about your business.
SMO includes Blogging, Video Sharing, Image Sharing, Social Networking.
 

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Hi all,

What is difference between SEO and SMO?

I'm not obvious about 2 this terms so please explain for me.

Thank you
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. SEO is technique to increase the site visibility in search engine. It also gives a traffic from natural listing. For push website up in SE with the help of different SEO methods like Directory Submission, Bookmarking, Forum Posting, Guest Blog Posting, Article Submission.

SMO stands for Social Media Optimization. SMO tactics can drive huge amounts of people to a website and can also determine whether a startup, website or idea will make it or not. It involves driving traffic to a website through new channels because search engines aren't the only sites that drive big traffic anymore. Websites such as Digg, Delicious, Facebook these are all websites that can now be used as places to put out your marketing message.
 
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