Timely Advertising: 5 Tips for Using the Cronote Remind Button


Cronote Remind Button Widget

Advertising on the web can be time-consuming and costly. In the cut-throat world of Internet advertising, the information highway can easily wipe out efforts made in the launch of a new product, event, or service. Unless the advertisement is in the right place at the right time, the customer may forget it ever existed.

Cronote’s ‘Remind’ button is a new and effective way to advertise on the Internet. The Remind button integrates a time-based element for advertising via a text message reminder. Cronote is a web-based service that delivers 100-character messages at a specified time.

The Remind button works in a fashion much like a Facebook “Like” button. It can be placed on any website next to a product, event, or service. The Remind button is clickable and lets the website visitor schedule a reminder about the advertised item. The reminder could, for example, be delivered 24 hours before a product is available for purchase. Thus, at that moment in time, that very same website visitor is reminded of the existence of the product, even if it had slipped his mind despite his genuine interest in it.

Here are 5 tips on how to use the Cronote Remind button for advertising on a website:

  1. A new product that will be available in stores on a certain date
  2. Upcoming premiere of a new movie
  3. Upcoming exhibition at a museum or art venue
  4. A special menu that changes daily but is predetermined, like an “ice cream flavor of the day”
  5. An event or service that occurs annually, like a dental check-up

The Remind button puts the power on the customer to choose what he wants to remember. The targeted advertisement goes only to those who are truly interested, making it more cost-effective and less time-consuming.

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