Nikhil Devare.

Social media marketing (SMM) is a technique of Internet marketing that uses social networking websites as a marketing tool. The aim of SMM is to produce content that users will share including their social channels to help a company increase brand expression and broaden consumer reach.

The unit of the key ingredients of SMM is social media optimization (SMO). Like search engine optimization (SEO), SMO is a strategy for drawing new and individual visitors to a website. SMO can be done two methods: combining social media links to content, such as RSS feeds and sharing buttons — or promoting activity through social media by updating situations or tweets, or blog posts.

SMM helps an organization get direct feedback from consumers (and potential customers) while making the company seem more personable. The interactive parts of social media give consumers the opportunity to ask questions or voice opinions and feel they are being jumped. This aspect of SMM is called social consumer relationship management (social CRM).

SMM became more common with the increased popularity of websites such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube. In acknowledgment, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has updated its commands to include SMM. If a company or its promotion agency implements a blogger or another online commenter with free products or other incentives to generate actual buzz for a product, the online comments will be treated legally as permissions. Both the blogger and the organization will be kept responsible for ensuring that the incentives are clearly and conspicuously confessed and that the blogger’s posts contain no scamming or unsupported statements and otherwise complies with the FTC’s rules concerning unfair or deceptive advertisement.

Social Media Marketing (SMM) is a kind of internet Marketing that applies the advantages of social networking sections as a tool of promoting websites, therefore increasing traffic towards them and determining from users’ direct responses.

SMM is based on the principle of organic search, which essentially means that when the website or its associated social network page is more effective, the website’s rank on search engines increases, i.e. it will be in seen the initial few results.

Acknowledging the facts that 92% of users searching the internet do not seem any further than the first page of the search engine, and that 75% clicks on the primary three results only, it is obvious that the position on the first page of the search engine is the only goal to aim for when optimizing a website.

The main goal of SMM is to improve communication with users, improve brand visibility and reach more (potential), customers.

SMM is being done by creating quality content that the users of social networks share with their friends (via broadcasting information electronically, i.e. Electronic Word of Mouth, or eWoM).

The point of SMM is to obtain direct feedback from users (or potential customers) so that the company gets a personal stamp at the same time, i.e. it appears more human-like.

By means of interactive prospects on social networks, the customers get the opportunity to be identified, either by asking questions or by making complaints.

This kind of SMM is called Social Customer Relation Management (Social CRM), which can additionally lead to improving trustworthiness and return on investment (ROI), of course, if the users are happy with the content, involvement with the organization and the service provided.

Social Media Marketing performs on the principle of Social Media Optimization (SMO), i.e. the development of company representation on social networks.

Likewise, to Search Engine Optimization (SEO), SMO invites new, individual visitors to the targeted website.

Why would search engines care for social networks? Just because many people use their social media to search for information, share links and thereby cooperate in building a strong network of links (link building campaign).

SMM, that is SMO, can be done in two steps:

  1. Effective SMM Promotion

Effective promotion means combining links (applications) which lead to the content on the website towards social networks (likewise to RSS and social media share buttons). Social channels which can be used as a medium of SMM are the following:

• Facebook

• Twitter

• Google+

• LinkedIn

• Instagram

• YouTube

• Pinterest

Per social channels has its own Terms of Use, which I modified for actual persons and legal objects, i.e. organizations.

What only organizations get is the option of originating a paid ad campaign so as to reach wider audiences, hence increasing traffic towards a website or a targeted web page.

Receptive promotion means promoting activities on social networks by updating statuses, publishing images, tweets or articles on blogs.

Users’ reactions can be further analyzed in order to solve problems and remove dissatisfaction and improve their brand experience.

What is useful especially is that that information is obtained in real time, which speeds up the entire process and opens the door to a new dimension of cooperation.

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