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Types of scripts

Headlime has a wide selection of scripts, all ready for you to use. We'll run through all of them so you can easily find the exact one you need.

Headlime offers the following scripts:


Headlines are basically like titles to your content. They are designed to instantly grab the reader's attention, tell them what you're about to tell them about and draw them in. They are usually used at the top of landing pages or homepages, serving as a page title. However, you can also use them for many other purposes like titles to blogs, emails, ads, etc.


This one seems pretty self-explanatory. Yes, this category has a large selection of email scripts. Whether you're looking for emails for onboarding, trial duration notifications, surveys, subscription notifications, abandoned cart chasers or whatever else, we're bound to have the exact email you need ready to go.

Survey Questions

User feedback is incredibly valuable, and surveys are a great way to get that feedback. However, asking the right questions that will get you the answers you need can be tricky. With these survey question scripts, you've got more than enough questions to built a perfect survey in minutes. Pick out the questions that match what you want to ask, copy, paste, voila!

Social Media

Social media can be brutal, isn't it? You have to put out consistent content, it has to be of high quality, it has to be engaging, and it has to please the algorithm on top of that. These posts are ready to be used on all of your social media accounts. Whether it's Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or anything else, these scripts are sure to grab your followers' attention.

CTA Buttons

CTA stands for 'call-to-action'. Simply put, a CTA button is a button on your site with the main goal being that people click on it. These are the buttons that people have to click to convert, so they have to be enticing. A simple "Accept" doesn't cut it anymore. That's what these CTA button scripts are for.


As much as people rant about popups, they still are a very effective way to gain conversions. They are often shown after users have scrolled over a certain percent of the page or when they move their mouse outside of the browser window ('exit intent'). These attention-grabbing popup scripts were made specifically to draw people back in and get that conversion.


Having a livechat on your site has repeatedly proven to do wonders for your conversion rate. However, to many managing a livechat seems like a lot of work. Lucky for you, you can ease the workload greatly with preset answers. Since a lot of users will ask the same questions, having a selection of preset answers ready can save you tons of time, as you can reply with one button instead of having to type your message out everytime. That's what these scripts are for.

Google Ads

If you know what internet is, then you probably know what Google Ads are. They're the ads that appear when you search for something on Google (or another search engine, but then they're not called 'Google' ads), appearing directly above the search results in the same style. There are a lot of requirements and restrictions regarding how these should be written. Thankfully, our 60 scripts all comply perfectly.

Facebook Ads

Of course, we also have Facebook Ads. This one should be pretty straightforward: they are ads that can be run on Facebook. Grabbing attention on Facebook can be difficult, as that's what literally every other post on the timeline is trying to do. These scripts were written to stand above those posts and draw all eyes to you.

Meta Data

Metadata is the information in your site's code that determines how your site will show up in search engines, when embedded on social media, etc. This is important to get right: if you mess this up or don't set it at all your site can easily end up looking out of place, messy or unprofessional when seen on these platforms. And that would of course mean fewer clicks. So get your metadata right with these scripts.


If you're making something like an app, there will be a lot of standard phrases that you need to come up with. Default lines for when you log in, for certain settings, etc. This seemingly simple text is known as microcopy. Despite its simple nature, even this can be done right and wrong. It's important you choose text that matches your style and tone, and that the instructions are as clear as can be. These microcopy scripts are sure to do the trick.


On your product's website you need to show off some of its unique features. This is what will set you apart from the competition, what people will remember you by, what will convince them to make a purchase. These are usually given a lot of attention on webpages. Strong wording and highlighting the right things is essential. These scripts won't just make you ready to put the spotlight on your product's features, but they may even give you some new ideas for what to promote with.


Testimonials are simply short reviews of your product or service by your customers, and they're the strongest form of promotion you can get. What's better for convincing a user than them reading that another user is in love with your product? However, a truly effective testimonial needs to highlight the exact right thing at the exact right time. These testimonials are written with those rules in mind for maximum effectiveness.

FAQ Questions

I'm sure I don't need to explain what FAQ stands for. The FAQ is a very important part of many sites. This is where you try to answer all the questions that your users could possibly have. These are all questions we've seen used on many different sites, with answers that will make everything crystal clear.

In many areas it's legally required to inform users of the fact you're using cookies and ask permission to do so. This usually done with banners or popups that appear on the site, and these need be correct as there's a legal aspect to them. These banners have been designed with legal requirements in mind. Pick the one that suits your site, put the cookie settings behind it and you're on your way.

Note: the law regarding cookies and cookie consent vary depending on your location, your audience, etc. We do not guarantee any these banners are complicit with the law in your specific region. To be 100% safe, we recommend asking a legal expert for advice.


Sometimes users may accidentally browse to a page that's not available for some reason. Most websites are designed to then show an 'error 404' page, which is basically a standardized page telling the user that the page is not available. With this text, you can bring that message easily, quickly and painlessly.


A 'drip' is a name for a set of emails. These emails are send to a given user one after the other, with the goal of engaging them with what you're offering, and of course convincing them to convert. The idea is that you send these out over time, usually with a few days to a week between them, as if they're 'dripping' out. So simply put: you send email 1, then a few days later email 2, then a few days later email 3, etc. This method has proven to be incredibly effective.

Drip campaigns are difficult to write, arguably even moreso than regular emails. Not only does each email need to be engaging and effective, but they also need to link into each other for the drip to have effect. These drip scripts were created specifically with that in mind.

Updated on: 05/02/2021

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