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What is the relationship between SEO and SEM?


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23 hours ago, Appdeveloperdallas said:

What is the relationship between SEO and SEM?

SEO -Search Engine Optimization -We can improve online visibility and quality in google with the help of seo

SMM -Social Media Optimization -we can promote our business product or services  with the help of smm

 

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SEM is a more expansive term than SEO and describes all strategies ensuring your website ranks well in search engine rankings and increases the number of site visitors. SEM helps you create more effective and targeted advertising campaigns that help your website visitors navigate to your site with keywords that you don't rank for, organically. When working together, SEO and SEM are stronger than either would be working individually

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SEO is sometimes used as an umbrella term that includes SEM, but while semaphorers are strictly for paid advertising, they are really different. SEM is about getting traffic through paid advertising, and SEO is more about acquiring, monitoring and analyzing organic (unpaid) traffic patterns.

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SEO is often used as an SEM-including umbrella term, but since SEM specifically refers to paid advertisements, they are completely separated. SEM is about getting traffic through paid ads, and SEO seems to be more about getting organic (unpaid) traffic conditions, monitoring and evaluating them.

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SEO - Search Engine Optimization - This process increase online visibility and quality in your website google with the help of SEO. 
SMM -Social Media Optimization -This process to promote our business product or services with the help of Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter.  

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