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How does marketing contribute to the creation of a competitive advantage
Marketing contributes to competitive advantage having one step ahead presentation an awareness of traffic community to the product efficiency and benefits , [ timing is very important for marketing to give informative tips and analysis in order to present advantages and good attributes of products. ]
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Weegy: Marketing contributes to competitive advantage having one step ahead presentation an awareness of traffic community to the product efficiency and benefits , [ timing is very important for marketing to give informative tips and analysis in order to present advantages and good attributes of products. ]
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