Part II of a blog post highlighting the most common English copywriting errors found in Korea, often resulting from not using a native English proofreader—such as DC CopyPro. You can find details on DC CopyPro's free consulting service to help you avoid such errors in this blog post.
After more than a year of posting daily examples of awkward English found mainly on Korean signs, clothing, and packaging, this blog post (part 1 of 2) highlights the most common English copywriting errors Koreans tend to make.
The word copy as it's used in copywriting and content writing is often misused. This post examines the origin of the term, how to use it properly, and its specific meaning in marketing and advertising.