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What is a major distinction between the production era and the sales era in the history or marketing?
Weegy: This article is an introduction to the historical development of marketing, one of the major functional areas of a business firm. First, marketing is described and defined. [ Then, the evolution of marketing in the United States is described, touching on several major eras, including the simple trade era, the production era, the sales era, the marketing department era, the marketing company era, and the relationship marketing era. ] (More)
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The major distinction of production era and sales era of marketing is that under the production era, this is phase of creation of goods. Under the marketing era this is the phase were you advertise, promte your goods in order for it to be sold
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