Differences Between Content Writing and Copywriting

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3 years ago

*1. The purpose:* Copy is written with the purpose of creating a sale while content is written with the purpose of creating engagement.

*2. The Direction:* Copy guides you on buying/purchasing experience while content is very multidirectional.

*3. The Goal:* The goal of copy is to increase conversion and in turn raise revenue while the goal of content is to get more attention basically.

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Thanks for the enlightenment.. I guess most people online are content creator

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3 years ago

I am a content creator

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3 years ago

Thanks for the educational post

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3 years ago

The difference is totally clear.

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I love this

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3 years ago

Content creations involves engaging, entertaining and educating your readers with your piece while copy writing could just be educating or entertaining piece written.

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3 years ago

Nice note

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3 years ago

Nice one

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3 years ago

that the goal of content is to get more attention basically.

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3 years ago

Thanks for this

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3 years ago

You are right

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3 years ago

Thanks for sharing

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3 years ago

Copy writting is constitutionally an infringement. Content writing is a self-composed write up

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3 years ago

You have differentiated this two words in such a way that one can easily understand them and I do appreciate you for that, but I do wish to read more on this two words so I could as well get more informations about them

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3 years ago

Thanks for telling us about their difference

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3 years ago

Thanks for this

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User's avatar Ara
3 years ago

Good write up

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