A more accurate term to describe the art of "Salesmanship".

As selling people things in our consumer culture is about wants, not needs; appealing to ego and irrational desires, not demonstrating the long-term value of owning the product.
Salesmanipulationship is about deceit, coercion, and putting someone into a pressure-cooker so they are unable to think critically on what they are about to do.
A woman went into the shop to buy a $50 black dress, she came out not only with the dress but with nearly $60 in accessories for it, thanks to the clerk's Salesmanipulationship.
by -spectre- March 20, 2010

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