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I am inclined to consider this as a valid question in a grander concept of user experience. Naturally users are affected by which site log ins are accepted / offered. What follows is strictly my personal opinion, no data to back this. There was a time when Facebook ubiquitous everywhere. Since then there is a strong perception of Facebook with leisure and ...


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Ordering by popularity seems to be a good option. Social login data for different quarters of 2014 from well-known social login providers such as Gigya, Janrain and LoginRadius show that the majority of users use Facebook and Google when compare with Twitter, hence if ordered by popularity, it would be Facebook, Google then Twitter. Of course, this can ...


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I'm coming from a web developer perspective, so I am a bit biased, but here's my two cents: Local domains are great, but hard to remember, if you're going to be using different countries, I would go with website.com/ca/mcdonalds. This actually makes it easier for other websites to integrate as well, as it is a simple RESTful interface. The /ca/ designates a ...


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A URL must uniquely identify a page. This is simply a basic principle, and you should discard any option that breaks it. Note the requirement you mention in your question: I need the businesses to be able to post the URLs of their pages... It won't be acceptable to businesses if the only available URL goes to a page where the user selects from ...



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