How to add a countdown timer in GetResponse?

GetResponse with MailTimers:

In this post, we will demonstrate how easy it is to integrate MailTimers countdown timers with GetResponse.
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Adding a MailTimers timer to your GetResponse email campaigns is straightforward.
All you have to do is follow a few simple steps.

Video tutorial:


Create a MailTimers countdown timer

Use the MailTimers timer builder to create a new countdown timer that fits nicely into the design of your email.

MailTimers Countdown Timer

Copy embed source code that is generated like this:

MailTimers Countdown Timer

Log in to your GetResponse account

Choose a template or use your own.

MailTimers Countdown Timer

Add a Custom Text Block

Just select the appropriate button from the right-hand toolbar and drag it to the section of your email template where you want to drop it in.

MailTimers Countdown Timer

Replace the default text with "MAILTIMERS" to make it easier for you to find it in the html code.
Open the HTML Editor, to do this, click on the "HTML Editor" button.

MailTimers Countdown Timer

You will see a popup window with a warning.
Confirm the action by clicking on the "Yes, Continue" button.

MailTimers Countdown Timer

Paste countdown timer code & Save

Find the text "MAILTIMERS" and replace it with the previously copied timer code.
Click "Hide HTML Editor" button to save the result.

MailTimers Countdown Timer
MailTimers Countdown Timer

Send your email with a countdown timer

MailTimers Countdown Timer

Have fun creating great looking GetResponse email templates enhanced with your customized email countdown timers!

The countdown timer—what is it?

A countdown timer is used to create a sense of urgency and to persuade a customer to take immediate action. By giving the impression of scarcity and setting a deadline for your customers, they’re more likely to take action.

You’ve seen countdown timers used in marketing schemes before, maybe without even realizing it. They appear on landing pages and websites during sales or events and are often used on television (like shopping networks). Countdown timers are typically placed front and center but are often quite subtle.

Time-based scarcity as a method of marketing psychology is incredibly effective. By adding countdown timers to your email marketing strategy, you’ll instill a sense of urgency and scarcity (FOMO) through highly targeted content, delivered directly to your ideal customer.