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Copywriting is a professional writing field where writers, known as copywriters, produce text for various purposes such as advertising[2], marketing, and public relations[1]. These individuals usually work in diverse environments that include marketing departments, advertising agencies, and even freelance settings. They collaborate with creative teams to craft compelling narratives for social media[3], emails, and other digital platforms. Some copywriters work in-house for retailers, publishers, or media outlets. A degree in English, Advertising, Journalism, or Marketing is often required, but self-employed copywriters can learn through online courses or mentors. Salaries for this profession vary, with the median income for writers in 2018 being $62,170. Prominent figures in copywriting include John Emory Powers and David Ogilvy. Copywriting tasks often involve creating content for the internet[5], optimizing for search engines, writing enticing book blurbs, and crafting content for B2B and B2C companies. It plays a key role in enhancing brand[6] perception and driving customer[4] action.

Terms definitions
1. public relations.
1 Public relations, often abbreviated as PR, is a strategic communication process that builds mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and their publics. This field, which traces its roots back to the early 20th century with key figures like Ivy Lee and Edward Louis Bernays, primarily focuses on managing the perception of an organization among its stakeholders. The role of PR professionals can vary from designing communication campaigns to managing crisis situations. They work across different sectors such as PR firms, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations. PR tactics can include financial communication, consumer publicity, crisis response, legal dispute management, and government engagement. PR professionals also follow ethical codes and international standards to balance public and private interests.
2 Public relations, often abbreviated as PR, is a complex field that primarily revolves around managing communication between an organization and its stakeholders. It's a strategic communication process that helps organizations and individuals build mutually beneficial relationships with the public. The roots of public relations can be traced back before the 20th century, but it was pioneers like Ivy Lee and Edward Bernays who defined its modern-day practice. In essence, PR involves managing information dissemination with the aim of influencing public opinion and perception. The key responsibilities of PR professionals include designing communication campaigns, managing reputation, crisis management, brand awareness, and event management. They also leverage social media platforms for marketing and tailor messages to meet different audience needs. The field, despite its importance, faces criticism for negative practices such as spin and unethical behaviors. However, to counteract these, organizations such as CIPR, PRSA, and IPR have published ethical codes to guide PR practitioners.
2. advertising. Advertising is a form of communication used to inform or persuade an audience, often with the goal of selling a product or service. Its history dates back to ancient civilizations, where Egyptians used papyrus for sales messages, and wall paintings were used in ancient Asia, Africa, and South America for promotional purposes. The medium evolved over time, from print in newspapers to audio-visual and digital mediums, with the rise of mass media and technological advancements. Advertising strategies can vary, aiming to raise awareness or drive sales, and can target different audiences on a local, national, or global scale. Various methods include print, radio, web banners, and television ads, among others. New trends have emerged in the advertising business models, like guerrilla marketing and interactive ads. The role of women in advertising has also been notable, with their insights being valued due to their purchasing power.
Copywriting (Wikipedia)

Copywriting is the act or occupation of writing text for the purpose of advertising or other forms of marketing. Copywriting is aimed at selling products or services. The product, called copy or sales copy, is written content that aims to increase brand awareness and ultimately persuade a person or group to take a particular action.

Copywriters help to create billboards, brochures, catalogs, jingle lyrics, magazine and newspaper advertisements, sales letters and other direct mail, scripts for television or radio commercials, taglines, white papers, website and social media posts, and other marketing communications. All this aligned with the target audience's expectations while keeping the content and copy fresh, relevant, and effective.

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