Pros and cons of Social Networking

Jun 28th, 2015
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An Increasing trend of social networking sites has led to the birth of a debatable topic- pros and cons of social networking sites. Find your answer here.....

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AbstractForm the last few years there has been a rapid increase in the social activities related to peer-to-peer networks. One can define this network as the network in which an individuals computers is linked with multiple computers around the whole world with the help of internet. Although the primary purpose of this network is to share the important files with others but now it has become an important aspect of being social with the known.Facebook, Linked In etc. all are social media sites. One can communicate and connect with a vast number of family, friends and known persons with the help of these sites. In my opinion it depends on the type of the work place an individual is working. If he is employed in a company which is dependent on social relationships like marketing, fashion etc, then interaction with vast number of people will be beneficial for the personWhat is Social Networking?The concept of Social Networking can be explained as an online site or platform or service. The primary focus of these kind of sites is to formulate social relations or social networks among those people who have similar interests. It includes a complete profile of every user along with some social links and also the sites provide additional services to their users. Most social network services are web-based and also provide the ability to its users to interact over the Internet, such as e-mail and instant messaging. Online community services are sometimes considered as

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