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Do you usually click links or type in the URL?

Type: General
Click link, always 23% 5 Votes
Most always click link 50% 11 Votes
Usually type in URL 9% 2 Votes
Other (see reply) 18% 4 Votes

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22 Votes Total

Nov 13, 2013

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Marcus (45) This is bit of a vague question, so will do my best to answer - in terms of general browsing it's almost always clicking links, but obviously in emails and things I'm a lot more careful.

For example, if I get any kind of message from eBay, Paypal or wherever else, I'll almost always just go to eBay etc by typing the address into my browser, even if I'm sure the email is legit, then I can see notifications there.

Same with direct messages on Twitter etc, it's rare I click a link as a lot are phishing scams.

Other than that, I can't think of any examples where I wouldn't click a link.

11-13-13  12:33am

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Thedebilman666 (Suspended) URL is always the way to go. There's a sucker born every minute...
11-13-13  12:38am

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jberryl69 (Disabled) ^^ What Marcus said. Going a bit further, what is being considered a link?

Beyond e-mail links, I Google and up pops choices - I suppose when I click on one of them it's a link.

Within a story I'm reading is a reference to a website, like nfl.com . If I highlight that address and right click, I can open up a new tab with that address having been entered. I suppose this might be considered typing in a url.

When I want to go to my Twitter account, all I have to do is type in the first letter or couple of letters and the address is offered to me, or a window of other similar addresses are offered and I can pick the appropriate one. I suppose this might be considered typing in a url.

But honestly, I never type an entire url out.

11-13-13  04:48am

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Drooler (220) I think "bookmarks" sums it up.
11-13-13  05:21pm

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graymane (31)
Like jberry so well pointed out:. just ask Google for answers and Google then tosses back a myriad of live selections. Are those blue headers the "link of which we're discussing?

11-14-13  01:07am

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turboshaft (24) Usually click a link, since I can be a fairly bad speller when I'm in a rush or simply not paying attention. But more typically I'm trying to avoid a very similar URL that's for a very dissimilar website, i.e. typosquatting.
11-14-13  03:37pm

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