There’s no such thing as too many friends or colleagues, but there is a point of diminishing returns. The amount of people you pretend to know on social media is not as important as who you genuinely converse with. Or better yet, the number of people who know you. The Networking Snob, however, doesn’t agree. He cares more about his Klout score and the total number of followers or connections he has. Networking is about relationships, and the reality is there are only so many meaningful relationships you can foster on social sites. The Networking Snob doesn’t understand that either, though, because he’s too focused on trying to connect with every person, brand or bot who will do him the honor.