Responding to the death of copywriting

Social media has discovered that it is often polarisation and division , rather than qualified and measured thoughtfulness that get minds engaged — but there’s also so much more than that: again, stories that only you can tell…

Anatolii’s post, although reasonable in places, has understood this principle. It starts off with a major word: DEAD. There’s seemingly no walking back from such an irrversible biological state like this. As such, the post has been generative of many bristly copywriters, responding with their business accounts, with their own reasons why copywriting is far from dead.

But if you’ve made it this far, thank you. You apparently have a good attention span.

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