Think about shopping. It's a national pastime, something we classically overdo. But I want to delve a little further into the role fulfilled by sales jobs.
First, think about how you buy something. Do you go to the store? Do you ask your friends for feedback and advice? Do you go online and read the negative reviews to see what complaints you might encounter?
The world of shopping has been transforming as the technology boom affects everything in its path. But this boom raises an interesting question.
Will technology be the death of salesmen? Is the convenience of shopping online going to replace them?
I would love to hear your opinions :)
The description and the effects that a salesman gives can never be replaced by the technology. As it the quality of human nature only to how to express the quality of a thing by hiding any little defects in it. Using technology in presenting and advertising things is just a new craze which will ultimately move the attention of people back to basics.