what is the difference between content and copy?
Most newspapers insist on typewritten copy ; all prefer it. It can be prepared more quickly than long-hand copy after one has mastered the use of the machine; it makes for accuracy; it is easier to edit, and, because of its uniform legibility, it saves time and expense in type-setting.
Text of a print, radio, or television **[ or INTERNET] advertising message that aims at catching and holding the interest of the prospective buyer, and at persuading him or her to make a purchase all within a few short seconds.
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In the global context there may be little difference. A newspaper article in the newsroom is referred to as;
DIRECTIONS FOR PREPARING COPY
CONTENT is an Internet buzz acronym, that was popularized by SEO *gurus* referring to the story, article or blog post's text [copy] or <BODY> content</BODY> It became to be in widespread use maybe 3 years ago in this definition.
So, you are right and you are wrong -- it depends on your line of work
Content- is educational.what is the difference between content and copy?