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Kindly help, I am looking for specific word for using too much facebook/twitter/linkedin etc while working.

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    Does that include using stackexchange too much? – jimm101 Apr 1 '16 at 21:29
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A single word is "goldbricking" which has a rich history (per WorldWideWords.org), beginning as a specific event where someone was swindled using a brick that was supposed to be gold but was mostly not...to it's current meaning which is to "goof off", or in other words, someone who is not doing their job.

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You might consider, cyberloafing

The use of computers by employees for purposes unrelated to work.

Etymology: cyber- +‎ loafing (Wiktionary)

Wordnik

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Someone who isn't putting in 100% effort could be said to be slacking:

BRITISH informal

work slowly or lazily.

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If a person is using social networking sites during work, it could be an addiction, although most times, the site is a distraction.

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    This answer looks interesting; could you add some dictionary definitions of your words, so people know specifically what meanings you're driving at? Please mention which dictionary you're quoting. – Dan Bron Apr 1 '16 at 22:17

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