Effects of Social Networking

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Social networking can be defined as a web based service where a man can make his profile and share this profile with others. These sites are getting popular day by day. Now days these sites have become an important part of our lives. Most of us have joined any of these sites to share different things with our friends, relatives, communities etc. How these sites work?

When a person joins a Social Network Site he makes his profile. You have to mention every thing in this site like your name, father's name, date of birth, nationality, education, your interest, your school, your college etc. When you make a profile then this profile is published to the other people of the site. The other people who know you make you a friend request. You have to accept this friend request and after this you are friend of each other. Like wise you can see the list of members and you can also send friend request to other people. Like the persons who know each other, whose interest is similar, whose are from same place, whose religion is same etc become friend to each other on these sites. Now you can share different things like photos, opinion, videos etc in these sites. So, you can say that these sites provide a good platform to the people to make a healthy society. Advantages of social networking sites

While there are risks inherent in online social networking, there are also many potential benefits. Social networking can provide opportunities for new relationships as well as strengthening existing relationships, whether yours friends are close to home or across the world We can gain social confidence from interacting with other people online, which may help them feel more secure in new situations, such as going to college, joining a sports team, and meeting new friends. Online communities can be very diverse and expose your ours to many new viewpoints, ideas, and opinions that she may not be familiar with. Because social networking—like everything else online—is...
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