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August 15, 2008

Online alarm clock — Episode 2: Less is more


Sometimes you don't really need a cockerel and or an electric guitar riff — you just want a simple alarm clock that wakes you up.

For those moments — as it were — there's OnlineClock.net.

I only learned about this stripped-down iteration this morning when Tom Churm, its "creator guy & webmaster," emailed me to give me the skinny.

He wrote, "OnlineClock.net has been online since early 2006 and we strive to be the world's most useful internet alarm clock."

Sounds pretty good to me.

But wait — there's more!

"We offer a wide range of different kinds of online alarm clocks, stopwatches, countdowns and timers, all of which can be found on our site map page here: onlineclock.net/about/.

Added Tom, "Hey, we don't do rooster sound effects — we're for grown ups!"

Wait just a minute....

But I digress.

"We receive about 28,000 page impressions each day. We currently rank number one on Google for 'alarm clock' so you can tell that our site has become popular."


And considering there are over 25 million results when you search that term, I'd say he's doing a bang-up job with it.

He closed, "We'd be thrilled if you would consider making a blog post about our website."

Hey, Tom, bet you didn't know I was this easy....

August 15, 2008 at 02:01 PM | Permalink


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