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While some people are natural networkers, and have an easy time reaching out to others, many shy away from traditional networking opportunities because they see them as an unnatural and uncomfortable means of promoting themselves and connecting with others, especially with strangers.
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Expanding your social network beyond your familiar circle of friends can have surprising benefits as social networking activities become socioeconomic opportunities, bringing fresh ideas through shared information and unexpected opportunities in the form of a job, an apartment, even a partner.
Social networks provide limitless opportunities to connect with others who have cultural, political, religious and other interests similar to your own.