Copyright is a noun, which means exclusive legal rights of something – a work of art, music, document, poem, film name or any original work. This object or piece of work cannot be copied or used without permission from the owner or payment for the usage.
People use copyrights to protect their work from being copied or used illegally. For example, if you post original content on the web, it is automatically copyrighted as your work. Copyright is indicated using the © logo.
Well, Copywrite is never used as such, but copywriter is the right word, which refers to a person who writes content for advertising. A copywriter writes the product/service taglines, captions, slogans and such creative content for a company to promote their brand.
· Copywriting is not everyone’s cup of tea; it requires a lot of out-of-the-box thinking!
· I need a copywriter urgently for my project.
· Can you send me a list of some good copywriters?
Remember the difference between both these words using the last part of the word – right or write. While speaking, you have to be more careful in understanding the context. When it comes to creating content, think copywriter with the ‘w’, while when some legal talks are going on about protecting a content, think copyright with the ‘r’. Here is the last example, where we use both words for you to understand the difference better –