“I needed something to help with Facebook Ad copywriting focused on ecommerce for consumer products. Craig explained to me in the Questions section that there where not many of those types of scripts yet, but they are coming in the future, so I decided to check it out and get onboard. After logging in out I found out that there are some good email sequences in there so those are pretty useful for ecommerce after all, for example abandoned cart emails.
I was redesigning my website in the meantime and writing some headlines, so I tested out Leadscripts in that context, and found it was a very handy tool to spark all sorts of ideas, get me into the mindset, and provide lots of useable material. There is some work to be done on your part to fill in all the fields that will be used in your generated text, but filling those in will help you think about you product or service in a focused way.
There are a lot of different types of scripts and generators with plentiful examples for you to choose from. If you are doing lead generation or any type of course/webinar promotion you will find tons of material. I feel a lot of work has gone into collecting all the content.
Leadscripts reminds me of the functionality I have seen in some other tools that allow you to enter your keywords and then show those in the context of a Headline or Post Title suggestion, but here there is incomparably more content, examples, suggestions, types of content etc, so it’s much more fully fledged. I have my own extensive swipe files for copywriting which are great an all, but Leadscripts is another step up from a jerry rigged spreadsheet, making things more accessible and functional, plus I didn’t need to collect all the content myself.
It is a bit hit and miss with how your keywords and terms appear in context, but with a few edits you can easily fix any such issues.
If you regularly need marketing copy inspiration and like the idea of an extensive cheat sheet with its own handy interface, with the word-substitution functionality so you can see your own terms in the scripts, then Leadscripts could be just the thing to expand your toolkit.
I am surprised by the low number of reviews so far since the product is genuinely useful, has a lot of content and communication has been very responsive.”