Do social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter cause more harm than good? As time changes almost everyone around the world spends time using internet instead watching television these days. They seek help from internet, communicate through internet, and play games online and many more. People starting from minor to adult, they all love to be in the very popular social networking sites such as “Facebook” and “Twitter”. Actually, these sites are very helpful to us only if we know how to use it in a proper way like medicine becomes drug if we don’t know how to eat. But, as we all say “Too much of anything is not good” people waste a lot of time in these sites daily unnecessarily. Time is previous, time is money and money is power. The number of users for social networking sites such as facebook and twitter has increased promptly in the last decade. It was believed that teens and students around the world use it widely just to get connected with different kinds of people. It seems like this sites have become a vogue presently. According to Blogger (2012), The cons of the social networking sites overcome the pros. From many other users students generally suffer a lot from these sites. It is due to when they work online, these sites drag the student’s attention cause of their lack of interest in studies. Nowadays, students depend on internet websites and social networking sites to get their learning material. This way it ruins their learning and investigating potential. Students who gets their mind dragged by the social networking sites while studying land up getting low grades in academic and minimization in their concentration power. Their writing skills also get weak. Students depend...
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