Outtatimr by Ryan Deiss

Outtatimr by Ryan Deiss

Create Email Countdown Timers In Just 4 Steps
Step 1: Choose Your Timer Settings

In Step 1, you’ll start by choosing a name for your timer and picking the right size timer width for your email (typical width is 450 – 500 pixels wide).

Then select the timezone your countdown to be based on and pick the end date and time for when your timer will expire.
Step 2: Choose Your Link Settings

In Step 2, you’ll choose a name for the links your subscribers will be sent to when they click your timer.

The first link is for the Active URL that you want to send all visitors to while the timer is still active and counting down.

The second link is for the Expired URL that you want to send all visitors to when they click AFTER your timer has expired so your clicks are not lost!
Step 3: Choose Your Timer Style

In Step 3, you’ll select the timer design you want from one of the 12 high-converting countdown timer designs.

Then you’ll also select from one of the 6 Expired Timer designs for when your timer has expired letting them know that they missed out if they didn’t take action.
Step 4: Add Your Timer Code Into Your Email

In Step 4, you’ll simply Copy the small line of html code for you timer, open up your email client, Paste in your code, press SEND.

.then watch the huge spike in clicks that comes in!


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