EmailMonks- Countdown Timer in Email – The Good and Not-so-good of it
While taking your exam or test, the echoes of “Tick tock, tick tock” clings into your head during the last few minutes and makes you step on the gas, such is the impact of urgency. Having said that; fashioning a sense of urgency with countdown timer in email to promote any sale, event, or any other communication; affects your email campaign positively.
While most consumers battle the chaos of promotional emails in their inbox, let’s dive deep into the divine effectiveness of countdown timer in email to make them look exclusive & preeminent.
Here’s a sample of countdown timer in email
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