Social Media Marketing and its impact on product promotion in small enterprises

| June 19, 2018

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Social media marketing (SMM) is the process of attracting attention towards specific brand or product through social platforms. Typically it is a set of activities on the use of social media as channels for promoting companies and solving other business problems. The main focus in SMM is on creating content that people will distribute through social networks themselves, without the participation of the organizer.

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The ultimate source for official answers about a business online should be the business itself. However, when consumers ask questions on company websites, too often they are left in the dark with wrong answers. Yext (NYSE: YEXT), the Search Experience Cloud, solves this problem by organizing a business's facts so it can provide official answers to consumer questions — wherever people search. Starting with the company website, then extending across search engines and voice assistants, businesses around the world, like Taco Bell, Marriott, and Jaguar Land Rover—as well as organizations like the U.S. State Department—trust Yext to radically improve the search experience on their websites and across the entire search ecosystem.

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