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    Why social networking sites are so popular?

    Why and what makes facebook a super hit social networking site compared to other sites like orkut or linkedin?

    Why are people so crazy about facebook and orkut?

    What do you do and how much time do you spend there everyday / everyweek?

    How safe are these sites?

    What are the other sites which you have account in or you know about other than the above mentioned sites?

    How to use them at the best?

  • #3911
    Everyone is thinking that they are having good feelings and knowledge in them.It should not be stored in him wasteful.He wants to preach his ideas to all .Till these social networking comes into existence there is no chance to expose himself to others.When there is a chance to accept his words without corrections in these sites they found tremendous joy and becomes a writer .Let them enjoy.(this is about myself.there may be other for others.)

  • #3924
    Hi Dude,

    Actual truth is,First we have to think, who are all using this Social Networks. I felt max of peoples are employees only. Next why they are spending most of time with these things. bcz they don't have more time for relaxations. They can't go outside in working hours. so they were using these type of websites and they were spending lots of time for their relaxation purpose only. If they speak some one if they share their feels to some one, they were feels happy. that could be the reason these social networks are famous.

    If you ask about safe?. That is depends on you only. if you trust any one and if you gave any personal information to that unknown persons, then that would be dangerous for your.

    Thanks ,

    Best Regards,

  • #3926
    Mr.Sakthi is right to an extent when it comes to working professionals who do that for the sake of getting into the social world online as time does not permit them from going out of office.


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