Do you think that social network sites are good for society or bad ?

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  1. Shaylaw117 profile image60
    Shaylaw117posted 8 years ago

    Do you think that social network sites are good for society  or bad ?

  2. Rishy Rich profile image78
    Rishy Richposted 8 years ago

    Everything has some pros & is social networking sites. It depends on how we use it.

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    dongymadreposted 8 years ago

    NO NO NO NO do you know what a jelly hawk is.

  4. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 8 years ago

    It's up to the individual what he or she puts on their page.
    A lot of people using them are too young to realize the internet is forever! With just a few google searches a prospective employer could learn more than you ever wanted them to know about you.

    There are 2 reasons why I feel social networking is popular.

    1. It makes a lot of people feel like they are celebrities!
    They posts photos, videos, poems, songs, and their thoughts for the world to read. The word "friend" has been so watered down. How can anyone have 2500-5000 "real friends" on Face Book? If you don't know your friend's birthday, have their home address, telephone number, or you've never been in the same room together....etc They're probably not a "real friend".

    2. It's a very cheap way of staying in contact with your "real friends and family". These internet sites can also be used for business networking and more often these days as a way to meet people for the purpose of dating, sex, and even marriage.

    It all comes down to how you use it.
    Just remember nothing ever really disappears in cyber space!

  5. monticeharmonbook profile image41
    monticeharmonbookposted 8 years ago


  6. Mdmumtazmehdi profile image60
    Mdmumtazmehdiposted 8 years ago

    Heads and tail that was the reality of social networking site .its depend upon you that how you use or misuse

  7. lilypjmom2122 profile image70
    lilypjmom2122posted 8 years ago

    one's that let you have full control over privacy i believe are the best ones. Facebook lets you do that but ive heard it still has some issues with it. Many people are leaving Myspace. It had alot of bugs and is mostly for the music crowd right now. If you want to preview some music before you buy i recommend that site.

  8. theindianblues profile image63
    theindianbluesposted 8 years ago

    Hi Shaylaw117 - very good question!

    It depends on the perception and the way the person takes the out come out of it.

    If I look some thing good, the same may not be your feeling. But one thing I can say that the social network sites have sharpness in both the sides. It depends how we are going to use!!


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