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Posts Tagged ‘social login’

Just 6.5% Of Users Worldwide Sign Into Websites With Twitter [STUDY]

Just 6.5% Of Users Worldwide Sign Into Websites With Twitter [STUDY]

When a website asks you to sign in with your favourite social media profile, which one do you choose?

Facebook, right? You’re far from alone. New data has revealed that 44.9 percent of users worldwide use their Facebook profile to sign into websites when prompted, which is up more than five percentage points since mid 2011.

And Twitter? Just 6.5 percent of users log into websites using the micro-blogging social network, a figure which has dropped from a high of 10 percent a year ago.

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Facebook, Twitter And Pinterest All Dwarf Google+ For Social Sharing [INFOGRAPHIC]

Using social media platforms to both login to websites and share content has become a web standard and, increasingly, something that pretty much all of us do on a regular basis.

But which social networks are leading the way? New data from Gigya has revealed that while Facebook continues to dominate, it faces significant competition from Twitter in the social sharing space, where Google+ hardly registers at all.

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Enable Social Login On Your Site To Entice Twitter Users

Have you ever visited a site that offers the ability to login using your Twitter or Facebook account? That’s called a “social login” and its gaining in popularity online.

With too many passwords to remember and too little time, multitaskers appreciate the convenience – and many prefer to return to sites offering this option instead of their more password-intensive competitors.

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