1000+ Users Participate in Cronote's Beta Reminder System

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Cronote has reached a milestone number of users during the public beta of its new website. A total of 1344 individuals signed up to try out the Cronote reminder system.

Cronote Website Beta

Cronote Website Beta

The beta users have helped make Cronote a highly reliable platform for scheduling reminders.

Less than one month after opening its public beta, Cronote (http://www.cronote.com) has seen over one thousand customers join to try out the new system. The large turnout underscores the importance of reminders and highlights the appeal of a Cronote’s streamlined reminder system. Several media outlets featured Cronote’s website including KillerStartups.com, MakeUseOf.com, ProgrammableWeb, StartupTunes, and WWWhat’s New. The beta users have helped make Cronote a highly reliable platform for scheduling reminders.

Cronote’s latest product, the Remind Button, helps businesses looking to improve turnout at product launches. The button allows website visitors to schedule email and text message reminders about an upcoming product. The reminders are sent the day that the product becomes available. Business users may use the new website to easily create Remind Buttons for each of their products. An independent reviewer at StartupTunes.com noted that if a website visitor uses the Remind button, “they can remember to re-visit that website at the right time and buy that product!"

About Cronote

Cronote is a service for creating reminders. A Cronote reminder is a 100-character message sent via email or text message, delivered at a specified time. It is a cost-effective, novel way to send personal and business reminders.

The Cronote Remind Button provides a novel advertising tool for businesses looking to improve product launches and sales. Businesses can create and customize a Remind button on the Cronote website. Reminders engage customers with new and upcoming products, business homepages, and sales events.

Cronote was established in August 2010 by graduate students from Yale University and the University of California, Irvine.

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