Survey: Online Consumers Prefer 'Social' Sign-in. Three out of four consumers who use social networking sites say they would rather leave a site that requires that they register in order to access that site than comply, according to a recent survey.
What's more, 76 percent of consumers said they have purposely given inaccurate or incomplete information when required to register for a site, and 45 percent have left a website rather than reset passwords or answer security questions when they have forgotten their login information. In addition, two-thirds of those polled want sites they visit to support "social sign-in" (SSI), using a single sign-on technology like Microsoft Live ID or Facebook to let consumers use their SSI, to automatically log them into sites.
Going Viral Visualized [INFOGRAPHIC] The baby who laughs at ripping paper.
The overdramatic chipmunk. Nyan Cat. Man Uses Internet Memes for Marriage Proposal. Like a boss, a man recently interrupted his girlfriend's dinner to propose to her with Internet memes.
Timothy Tiah Ewe Tiam sneaked up on his long-time love interest Audrey Ooi Feng Ling at Neroteca, a restaurant in Malaysia, and began showing her poster-sized printed memes such as Socially Awkward Penguin, Y U NO Guy, Victory Baby and Impossibru. Her initial reaction as the man she calls "Fatty" flipped through the first few meme posters: "Oh god please don’t let this be a break up WTF," she said in an entertaining blog post days after the proposal. At the end of the meme-ridden surprise, he knelt and confessed, "I'm very nervous and terrified about this, but I love you and I think you're my soul mate.
Going Viral Visualized. Twitter strategy. Google+ strategy. Facebook strategy. Turn Patriots Coach Bill Belichick into a Super Bowl Meme [CONTEST] Before, during or after the Super Bowl game, take a stab at turning Patriots coach Bill Belichick into a meme.
We know football fans are full of wit and humor. So tackle this challenge with all the knowledge you have about the Patriots, Giants, NFL and hoopla surrounding the Super Bowl. A prize package of Mashable swag will go to the best meme.