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SMO is social media optimization and it is the process of optimizing your website in various social media websites to increase your website visibility. SMM is social media marketing and is the process of promoting your website in social media to gain more traffic and improve your business online.

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Hi, SMO is stands for social media optimization and SMM is stands for social media marketing. In SMM we promote our website using the paid and free techniques for traffic, lead and sales and in SMO we only focus to optimizing the social media pages and use only free techniques to promote it.

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SMO (Social Media Optimization):-
It means developing profiles on social media networks about your business/website such that members of that network can view and share your profile/page with others. For example, you have a blog, the best way to promote it is to create a Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn profile and share relevant information with people that may be interested in your work. 

SMM (Social Media Marketing):-
It means promoting a channel through social media channels. It gives you a chance to tap into a huge social media community available on several channels. It tends to also include ‘Paid Social Search’ or paid advertising on social media channels.

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SMM - Social Media Marketing, The paid advertisements which placed under Social Media Sites like Facebook, Twitter, My Space, Youtube and more.

SMO - Social Media Optimization, promoting your Services or Products on Social Media Sites for being more popular about yourself marked as Social Media Optimization.

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