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What would be the right way to say:

"Please, create an account on Instagram"
or
"Please, create an account at Instagram"

Or can both of these be used interchangeably? Thanks!

  • Possible duplicate of Do you say content is in a website or on a website? – FumbleFingers Oct 16 '19 at 14:11
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    You can also use in, with, through, etc. There's no hard-and-fast rule (yet) for the "most likely" preposition in such contexts. – FumbleFingers Oct 16 '19 at 14:13
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    @FumbleFingers, I would agree that this is a duplicate of that question, but there's no reason to believe website content and a website account should use the same preposition. – mRotten Oct 16 '19 at 16:04
  • @mRotten: There's no reason to believe your references to "website content" or whatever should use the same preposition as mine. Not to mention which I'm sure I use a variety of different prepositions myself for the same referent anyway. There is no "single correct answer", and I would have closevoted (as POB) or to migrate to ELL if I hadn't easily fished out one of many questions here asking about essentially the same thing. – FumbleFingers Oct 16 '19 at 16:19
  • @FumbleFingers You seem annoyed, and I'm not sure why. Website display content and website accounts are different things. My point is that I don't think it's the same question. Maybe this is POB, but are we to close every question about prepositions as POB? This seems like a topic that EL&U should be able to deal with. – mRotten Oct 16 '19 at 16:29

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