Only 30 of the top 500 online retailers, or just 6 percent, have added the option of logging in with Facebook to their account-creation process, and of those 30, 30 percent are shooting themselves in the foot by requiring users to create separate password for their sites, according to the results of a new study from Sociable Labs.
Sociable Labs said it focused solely on login with Facebook, and did not factor in whether retailers’ sites used social plugins, such as the like button, or other social applications.
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