An abundance or plenty of anything.
Written or partially written news or feature article. Also having newsworthiness, e.g., "the Mayor is good copy."
The written part of an advertisement. Effective copy is critically important, even in visually-oriented advertising messages.
The written or spoken part of an advertising message.
Written words in printed materials; or, words to be spoken in broadcast scripts.
Contents of an advertisement - written copy, art work, photos, etc. In general, any and all material prepared for publication in the newspaper.
Written material that is read over the air.
material suitable for a journalistic account; "catastrophes make good copy"
Any words, sentences or paragraphs that appear on the item being printed.
Copy is the term used for words used in print or on the web. The first stage is "raw copy" which is what's first drafted before it is copy edited.
The spoken or written words in a marketing communications vehicle. Contributed by: MarcommWise Staff
The "Words" - What the customer sends in to be typeset. It includes the information written on order forms.
The printed image and/or wording on a label.
the words of an article, news story, or book any broadcast writing, including commercials any written material intended for publication, including advertising
Originally newspaper slang, it refers to the words that are used in your design.
term used by advertisers and agencies to specify the written or spoken words in a commercial. The term "copywriter" is most often used in traditional advertising to denote the writer of copy. In the infomercial industry, the copywriter is more often referred to as a "scriptwriter".
written words to be spoken on a commercial
Your message, including words, sentences and paragraphs that appear on the postcard.
Most commonly, the words or message on a label, decal, nameplate, or sign. May be expanded to include any graphics on the face.
The words in a commercial or print ad. Used generically to refer to the word context of a sales message which could also include labels on products or presentations
The words that make up an ad, brochure, script, article, web site, press release or any other written form of advertising.
Written content of advertising or editorial matter in the media.
The words or message displayed on a sign. Return to Previous Location
The editorial material published in a magazine.
The written material used in producing a PSA, promo, or commercial that is meant to be read out by the DJ or presenter.
The words or message to be displayed on a sign. May be expanded to include any graphics on the face, as well. See art.
The selling message in a written advertisement.
Refers to identical items, i.e., two or more copies of the same edition of the same work. A variation in printing date is allowed as long as the content of the item has not been changed. The word copy also refers to a cataloging record in a database that is "copied" or used as the basis for copy cataloging.
All material for publication, whether written stories or pictures
The verbal portion of an advertisement. p. 499
Copy refers to the words that are used along with images to create a design that conveys a message.
The words used on your website.
Copy is the written, typed or printed words that make up the content of your Web site, newspaper, magazine, etc.
Anything written for publication.
Copy refers to written material, in contrast to photographs or other elements of layout, in a large number of contexts, including magazines, advertising, and book publishing.