Social networking is a great additive to a rapidly growing and moving generation. It enhances social interaction to a whole new level. It has become sophisticated with its futuristic use of technology than old school wasting time and going to meet with people. Social networking allows people to be connected on the go, and being updated of every change, with easy access. Social networking develops the ability to have intimate relationships because it allows for constant connection with people and transfer of news faster, while with easy access. Easy accessibility is a key factor in socializing. It permits users to connect from the palm of their hands. Thanks to advancing technology, everywhere you go, you get Wi-Fi; free wireless internet. With fancy devices, we get tweets, news, and updates right to our cells, Ipads, and tablets. This makes our accessibility to connecting to isolated friends, easier. If you have friends who’ve just moved across town or family members who live halfway across the world, you can simply use social networking sites to reconnect with them. It is true that many people feel it is better to go in person and talk face-to-face but, with all the hassle and bustle it is more convenient. The fact is that this is all for free.
As people become busier it allows them to be linked with their job, friends, and family. Talk to colleagues at work, while planning to hang-out with friends. Catching up with family members can be as simple as sending a text or even an email, asking how they are doing.
Social networking has bettered our lives by informing us of things happening around us. We gain important information, and fast. For example you go online and post a question. You get responds from the public and in a quick amount of time too. Giving the fact you have lots of contacts that can give you the answer to your question. This leads to the next point, allowing you to make future decisions. By being informed of change in plans, it allows to plan ahead. You get posts saying that math test is postponed to next Tuesday and your science test is this week. Postponed dates, events, and meetings put up on social networking sites, help you adapt to changes and you can start planning and rearranging your schedule.