In this tutorial, we will explain how to use the [sna name=”aio_sm”] shortcode to display the service mark  on your WordPress website using the AIO Shortcodes plugin.

Let’s get started.

Getting Started With [aio_sm] Shortcode

Before you place the shortcode inside your WordPress content, ensure that you have installed and activated the AIO Shortcodes plugin.

Please note that this service mark shortcode can be used in various places within your content, such as post/page titles, headings, lists, paragraphs, sidebars, widgets, and menu items.

Using The Service Mark Shortcode

Using the AIO Shortcodes’ [aio_sm] shortcode to display the service mark ℠ is simple. Here’s an example of how to use it:

  • Input: [aio_sm]
  • Output:

Add new or edit the existing post/page and insert the shortcode anywhere within your page or post content, and it will display symbol when you publish or update.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

This section contains some common queries about the service mark shortcode to help you make the most of this shortcode.

What does the [aio_sm] shortcode display?

The [aio_sm] shortcode displays the service mark symbol ().

What is the full form of ?

The symbol stands for the word service mark –  a type of intellectual property protection used to identify and distinguish services provided by a particular business or organization.

Can I add the service mark symbol to my website content without using a shortcode?

Yes! To add the service mark symbol without using AIO Shortcodes, you can simply type “” or use the HTML entity “&#8480” in your content.

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