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The amount of clicks to get somewhere has already been disproven many times; so in light of that, its good as long as the user gets the sense of going forward. That being said, I think just "sign up" is enough, as, like you mentioned, you can give people several options to register on the following view (not limited to linkedin even). I think the real ...
I would suggest to have the sign up on the landing page itself without directing the user to another place. That way you can have the Sign up via Linked in as a second option. Also try to avoid long sign up form. Just have 2 fields, may be for the name and email address and the sign up button.
This question can't really be answered correctly, so here's one answer to annoy everyone. This publisher is doing the UX right, it makes everything easy for you. Just one click, and you're registered, logged in and subscribed to their advertising. Or maybe not: The legalness of this process depends on your / the publisher's country's law. I want to know ...
Absolutely do not send the user's password in a plain text email. It's in the top 10 of all-time security fails. This is one of few UX issues that has to take into account the constraints of the current technology environment. I have worked with some systems that demanded an account be created in order to even put items in a shopping cart. Assuming you're ...
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