Copywriting has the precise scope of writing text to enable users/potential customers to take a certain action. On the other hand, content marketing usually has a broader scope from the top of the funnel (branding and awareness) to the funnel’s middle and bottom (actions and conversions). Therefore, the primary difference is on the scope: copywriting looks at persuading potential customers to take action, and content marketing can be used for branding or reach.
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Gennaro is the creator of FourWeekMBA, which reached about four million business people, comprising C-level executives, investors, analysts, product managers, and aspiring digital entrepreneurs in 2022 alone | He is also Director of Sales for a high-tech scaleup in the AI Industry | In 2012, Gennaro earned an International MBA with emphasis on Corporate Finance and Business Strategy.