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Anticipation is contagious! If you're excited (or nervous) about an upcoming event, odds are, you're not the only one. Why not use our simple but powerful countdown generator to create a countdown clock, displaying the days, hours, minutes and seconds until the date of the event. You can share your newly created countdown, so it becomes a focal point for everyone involved.




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We've seen countdown timers used to generate buzz and anticipation around a party or vacation. Teams use them to stay on track and focussed, by ensuring team members have a sense of the time remaining until a critical milestone date. Event promoters and online marketers have reported significant boosts in conversion rates by using an online contdown timer to create urgency and drive action. Even NASA, uses a giant outdoor countdown clock to build anticipation and focus.


Countdowns are "sharing magnets"! A countdown to a date that means something to you and your network of friends or customers is something you want to share, right? Well guess what, so do your friends, and their friends.


We run a relatively small website but we see 200-500 social shares per day of countdowns that are displayed on our website. That does not including the thousands of our countdowns that have been shared around and embedded on other websites.


Recently a Seattle household made the news and went "viral" on Instagram with a simple display of the number of days remaining in Trump's current presidency term. Tom Petty fans were intruiged by a countdown that appeared on the official Tom Petty website in early 2018. The hugely popular video game, Fortnite received a huge amount of attention and press coverage after introducing mysterious, in-game counters, leaving fans fascinated as to what they were counting down to.Increase conversion rates using the magic of urgencyAs an online marketer or e-commerce company what's your worst enemy? For many it's customer procrastination. They want what you offer but they can always buy it later. Maybe they'll wait until they have more information, more money or more time. There are a million reasons to "do it later".


Dominant and successful online businesses such as Ebay, Amazon and Booking.com make extensive use of urgency as a means to drive action and increase conversions. You can barely visit a successful online store, or ticketing/booking website without being exposed to urgency or scarcity-based marketing tactics. "Less than 5 tickets left at this price", "Hurry, only 3 days until sale ends" or "Order by 5pm to receive next day shipping". These companies are ruthlessly analytical and their tactics are driven by data and experimentation. They use these tactics because they have proven to be effective. Countdown timers are a crucial tool in your urgency-marketing toolbox.Busy? It won't take a moment with our simple but powerful countdown maker!I made this quick video to show how simple it is to create a countdown and embed in it a blog or website.


Mobile web browsing has exploded - if you run a website you may find that more than half your visitors are using smartphones or tablets. Our countdown clocks use mobile friendly code and run very little code on the user's device meaning they won't slow down or otherwise interfere with the user experience. We go beyond mobile-friendly by auto-generating a double-resolution version of your countdown to take advantage of Retina, and other high-resolution displays that are common on many of today's most popular devices.


We have two layers of protection built in. Firstly, the code we issue is contained in an iframe, the browser's same-origin policy prevents the iframe content from accessing code in your page, effectivly isolating our code from your website's code. Secondly we serve all our countdowns over an encrypted connection, this prevents hackers from altering the countdown before it loads into your page.


We want your countdown clock to look great, always. Every browser and operating system displays web content a little differently though. Assuming that every browser will render our countdowns with the antialiasing-level, font leading and kerning and effect compositing we want was unthinkable. That's why all our countdowns are pre-rendered by our team of Mac OS X servers so they look just right. We then cache the rendered content at edge locations all over the world so the can be delivered to your visitor, fast.


Page load time is an important factor in visitor satisfaction as well as in search engine ranking algorithms. Be careful when using third party widgets as some of them contain blocking JavaScript code or large files which can negatively impact page load times. Because our countdowns are pre-rendered the code download is very small. We also use edge caching strategies to deliver your countdowns from the location nearest to each user. When we do need to load content from the main server we use sophisticated in-memory caching to pull the data directly from RAM which is faster than reading from a hard disc.


Customers will see the regular price and the promotional price on the Kindle eBook's detail page. They will also see the countdown clock. This clock shows how much time is left to purchase the Kindle eBook at the promotional price. You will earn the selected royalty rate on each sale during the promotion.Note: If you're located in a territory not supported to purchase from Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk, you may not see your Kindle Countdown Deals (KCD) promotion listed on your Kindle eBook's detail page. This promotion can only be viewed by customers who can purchase from Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk.


After being attacked by a demonic figure, Quinn meets a young man named Matt, whose Countdown states he will die in 18 hours. They learn that the user agreement is broken if the user tries changing their fate: Quinn's trip with her family and Matt taking a train ride, which they both canceled, should have resulted in their original deaths. At work, Quinn learns Sullivan has tricked the staff into thinking she sexually harassed him, resulting in her suspension. She and Matt consult a priest named Father John, who informs them that the app is linked to a demon named Ozhin who was originally summoned by a Roma woman who told a prince when he would die. Cell phone salesman Derek hacks into the app code and identifies that Quinn's younger sister, Jordan, was meant to die shortly before Quinn, then adds several decades to Quinn, Jordan's, and Matt's lives. However, while Matt and Quinn spend the night together, the entity takes the form of Matt and attacks Quinn. To their shock, their countdowns, including Jordan's, reset to their original lifespans.


Jordan receives a notification of her countdown changing to the original lifespan and is then terrorized by a demonic form of her and Quinn's deceased mother. Quinn and Matt rescue her and return to Father John, who theorizes the curse can be broken if someone dies before their countdown ends or lives for beyond the countdown. They prepare a warding circle in an attempt to delay Ozhin. The demon arrives and the circle initially wards off the group, until it suddenly lures them outside, killing Matt and wounding Jordan in the process. While in grief over Matt's fate, Jordan starts having serious abdominal pain. Realizing her sister is seriously hurt, Quinn rushes Jordan to the hospital. Once there, she realizes she can kill Sullivan before his allotted time and end the curse. She attempts to attack him, but he is saved by Ozhin, who simultaneously prepares to kill Jordan. Quinn overdoses on drugs, sacrificing herself for Jordan before her timer ends and proving the app wrong. With instructions that Quinn gave her, Jordan revives her sister with Naloxone and their countdown timers stop. Some time later, while visiting her and Jordan's mother's grave, Quinn receives word of Sullivan's arrest after more nurses have come forward, but discovers that an app called Countdown 2.0 has downloaded itself onto her phone, much to the sisters' horror.


Countdown customizers let you easily add a countdown -- by day, hour, and then minute -- to an event in dynamic search ads, expanded text ads, and responsive search ads. The countdown, which automatically updates as the event draws nearer, is eye-catching and gives potential customers greater incentive to click your ad.


Let's say you're going to have a big online sale for 3 days from February 14 through 16 (ending at midnight as soon as February 17th begins). With the countdown syntax, you could set the ad's Title Part 2 like this: "Sale ends in =countdown("2021/02/17 00:00:00","en-us",3)!". Here's when your ad would run and examples of how it would look:


You can set a countdown function in the expanded text ad's path, text, or title components. Where you want the countdown to appear, begin with a '' (known as a left brace or a left curly bracket) and end with a '' (known as a right brace or a right curly bracket). All of the remaining countdown components will be enclosed between these brackets.


Immediately after the left curly bracket you must set either the =countdown() or =global_countdown() function. The =countdown() function counts down to a time that is adjusted to the local time zone of the search user. The =global_countdown() function counts down to a set time that is based on the time zone of your Microsoft Advertising account. All of the remaining countdown components will be enclosed between the left and right function parentheses.


The first function parameter is used to specify the date and the time you want the countdown to count down to. When this date and time is reached, the ad will stop running. For example to end the countdown on February 17 set the countdown end date parameter to "2021/02/17 00:00:00". The format of the date must be yyyy/mm/dd/ and the format of the time (if included) must be based on the 24 hour clock. The time is optional and if you do not specify the time, it will default to midnight (00:00:00) at the very beginning of the date you specified. 041b061a72


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