We all know that logging in is a part of life. It’s the only way to access personal information, order products online, and keep track of multiple accounts on social media sites.
If you’re running an e-commerce site or other type of web application where login is necessary for users, it’s important to make sure that your login page stands out from the others. One mistake could lead them elsewhere – or worse yet – to competition! In this blog post we will explore 8 ways to say “login” on your site:
their advantages and disadvantages, as well as what you can do/say instead. – “Log in” This is the most common phrase for saying login. It has a long history and people are familiar with it – but does that mean you have to use it?
Consider this: logging in just means using your password, which may be repetitive and not user-friendly if they forget their password or need to reset it.
Logging out can also sound confusing because there might be other types of logins (such as tracking an order). One way around this issue is by changing up the symbol on the button so that customers know exactly what they’re doing when clicking on the word. For example, instead of having a regular text link like “log in,” consider making a crosshair icon or arrowhead over top