We all know that connecting and getting to know people better is a good idea. However, should we really do this on a website instead of just meeting in person? It has been proven that meeting somebody in person and sharing an face-to-face conversation can develop better socialization skills than talking on a website. And who knows, you might not always be talking to who you really think you are talking to in our world with advanced technology. It is as simple as clicking a few buttons to become somebody you are not.
Because it has become so easy to create and distribute content, it’s also more difficult to capture people’s attention long enough to really connect with them. And as creation tools get even easier to use, with more people adding content to the Web, your fight for the hearts and minds of people will become even more difficult. But the difficulties involved in attracting attention for your blogs, podcasts, and videos should not discourage you from using these valuable communication tools. In fact the 2008 Cone Business in Social Media Study finds that 93 percent of American social media users feel companies should have a social media presence — with 56 percent saying they feel a stronger connection with companies that do.
Though social network sites were made for a good purpose, users should consider spending a balanced and consistent time on these websites. We should not become addicted and spend so much time on it. We should also avoid things that can lure you into wasting your time. We should consider avoiding it so we will always use our time for a good purpose. In conclusion it is good that we use social networking sites once in a while, but we should never be addicted; we should keep a balanced consistent time. The Social network should be encouraged, but we should limit the time we spend on it.