Social networking is a topic that divides opinion some people think it’s an amazing but others are worried about the impact it has on people’s lives. So Today we are covering this topic with both positive and negative effects on our all lives.
Social networking is imbibed in our lives so much that this generation cannot imagine their lives without Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc.
Social networking sites changed our lives drastically that its impact cannot be ignored.
Social Media makes a lot easier to keep in touch with family and friends, especially if they live far away. But you can also make new friends by connecting with friends of friends that you might not know.
Communication has become a lot easier. We can now easily communicate and maintain relationships with people from any part of the world.
Political leaders and Govt officials are also using social network sites to interact with citizens.
Healthy competition of businesses. Social media acts as a level playing field for businesses to market themselves. People can now easily market their products and grow their business globally.
Companies started Hiring through social media through this they easily get the desired profile and also the job searching is much easier then earlier.
It has become easier to help people in need. Whether it’s a medical emergency or a natural calamity, people are forming groups and offering help.
We can get easily in touch with inspirational business leaders and can also able to read the inspirational stories through social media.
One of the biggest problems with the social media craze is that people are becoming more and more addicted to using it. It is the number one time waster at work, in school, and at home.
Cyber Security threats are rising day by day due to easily target public data through Social accounts.
Students are getting addicted to social media leaving their studies behind.
With so much sharing going on, issues over privacy will always be a big concern.
Since people are now connected all the time it’s a lot easier to use online interaction as a substitute for face-to-face interaction. Some people argue that social media actually promotes antisocial human behaviour.