We search, tweet, and the answer is ready. We are living in a time in which as soon as we encounter any technical or general problem we seek internet to find the immediate solution. Though there are many experts out there to help you yet most of the times you are still with same doubts. In whatever way possible, the next-gen applications help you connect and learn faster but that kills the whole point of yourself researching your own subject. There is an observation which says that it gradually kills your brain cells and kills your IQ.

How many of us really-really needed these social networks? As society moves forward in the course of evolution with fast changing technology we stand at a point in history, so it becomes essential to contemplate about all we are doing. Looking back into time there was time when we loved to join random Yahoo chat rooms and chat with each others with funny virtual names for hours when those chats carried no sense at all. We all now agree on the point that community, sharing, and connecting by using social media not only serves Relationships and conversation for Creativity and re-mixes culture to hug your passion and identity. It is also a way of democratization of media to Increase transparency in government and organizations.

Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day; teach that person to use the Internet and they won’t bother you for weeks.

Another problem associated with being too social is that anyone can track you – Who you are, your friends, and your background, anything and everything. People know your company, educational background, your level of seriousness. Your attitude and your taste, by just looking and digging out those scraps and tweets you have been doing. This has great impact on your career. Most of the people join Social Media because it is cool. If you receive a friend request, the network might be great, for your friend, but not necessarily for you. For most it is the biggest time killer.

How social media can help you find a new job or thrown from the existing.

Incase if you do have good reasons using social media, you must understand the benefit you’ll get back from the time invested. If the ratio doesn’t seem to work, You need to re-think.

This blog is contributed by Rohit S

Rohit works as Creative Director at Value Creation. He is an internet enthusiast & has passion for aesthetics. He helps brands get better results from their websites. He has been associated with internet technologies from last 17 years.