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Q: Why is utility such an important feature of marketing?
A: Utility is an important feature of marketing because when people buy a product, they want to be satisfied. When selecting between your product and another company's product, they will choose the one that gives them the most utility. [ It is important to send a message to consumer about the amount of utility that your product will provide. ]
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User: Why is utility such an important feature of marketing?

Weegy: Utility is an important feature of marketing because when people buy a product, they want to be satisfied. When selecting between your product and another company's product, they will choose the one that gives them the most utility. [ It is important to send a message to consumer about the amount of utility that your product will provide. ]
agay18|Points 260|

User: •What is a major distinction between the production era and the sales era in the history or marketing? Why?\

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. ]
hersheys|Points 281|

User: •How can a firm avoid marketing myopia?

Weegy: Thus, another effective way to avoid marketing myopia is with diversification. I have heard many times people giving me advises such as ?Do not bite off more than you can chew? or the well-known saying ?Jack of all trades, [ master of none.? That might be a good advice for other aspects in life but business. Today?s biggest empires and leaders of all industries have proven that diversification is a must do. They are competing in various trades now, yet they are mastering at least one of all markets. Pepsi-Cola and Nike are the best example in this matter. Pepsi Cola Inc. went from being the long-lasting runner-up (always falling behind Coca Cola) until Pepsi Cola decided to diversify. The company began to penetrate into different markets like chips and soft drinks. Currently, Pepsi Cola is second in the market in carbonated drinks, but they become the leaders in soft drinks and chips making almost double the amount of net income last year 2010. Nike Inc. has also chose to redefine their company beyond what it was the original or initial product. Nike Inc. has successfully diversified their products becoming one of the leaders in the sports gear and apparel industry. ]
agay18|Points 260|

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