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Journalism, Law

Photos at Christmas – How to Spread the Christmas Spirit Properly this Year

Authors Sophia Höttinger, Jonathan Appleby, Copytrack.com 2017 Christmas time is fast approaching, and it’s time to start spreading the Christmas spirit by showing all the festive shoppers what you have to offer. Christmas is the […]

Business, Europe, Journalism, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Oxfordshire

WHAT IS THE WORK OF A COPYWRITER?

By Nicholas Newman copywriter A copywriter is a professional writer that is paid by businesses and other organisations to research and create appropriate content for meeting a client’s communication needs. This can be done in a […]

Business, Innovation, Journalism, Law, Lawyers

Meme & Copyright: Can You Laugh Away the Law?

Memes are one of the greatest phenomena in Internet culture and an example of viral sharing online. For anyone unsure what exactly “memes” are, memes are photos, illustrations or picture excerpts from films that are […]

Journalism, Training, Travel

Preventing Image Theft: Eight Tips for Picture Protection

Berlin, 29th August 2017. Whoever uploads images to the internet has to be aware not only that they might be commented on and shared, but also expect that they could be used illegally. Everyday Copytrack is confronted […]

Going Out, Journalism, Lifestyle, London, Marketing

Shopping early for Christmas? How about July

By Philip Hunt “Christmas in July!”, said the editor. “Christmas in July?” I repeated back to him. I knew about climate change, but really! “No,” said the editor. “Christmas in July. It’s an event, especially […]