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Free e-mail countdown timer that doesn't suck 💩

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    Nice to see cool things made in Poland! 😃

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    Thanks! This can be helpful for my product appmetrix.com

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    Providing a major value @gregrog! Something we could regularly use at thrivedesk.com

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    Very Nice! Impressive product hunt launch too!

    I'm sure you've gotten this feedback, but your inputs should be smart inputs. For example, a date picker instead of typing in month, day, year. Time zones, language, and fonts should be dropdowns. A rendering of the result would be great.

    But it also goes to show how minimal of a product is needed to launch - and get #1 on PH for that matter. A good lesson for me

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    Yesterday I've A/B tested over 10k emails with/without the counter for our Black Friday campaign, and the second hit almost 260% higher conversion rate 🤯 While email countdowns seem to be the marketing hack of the past decade... they freakin' work.

    The problem is, last time we wasted 3 hours finding the counter that works and doesn't look like 90's. Still we had to pay $15 for it. Still it sucks - no custom fonts, no retina support, crappy.

    Soooo, here we go. With @overment we created no-bullshit, free & clean email counter that works and you can generate it in under a minute, without registering and hassle.

    Please, use it responsibly. You want to boost conversion, but you don't want to be a spammy marketer.

    It took 1 day to build and launch, and might hit #1 on PH. Aim for the right timing 🚀

    💥We're on Product Hunt NOW: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/email-timer

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