I have gone through a good number of interviews lately and I have noticed that employers love to talk about themselves. They love telling me how their company works, how the system is designed, what products they use within the company etc. A large portion of my interviews (not necessarily towards the end) are spent by the interviewers telling me essentially why their company is a great place to work.
My question is, can I use this trick of letting them talk about themselves and their companies to increase my chances of getting the job? For example, I could maybe ask them questions regarding a point they mentioned or ask them to elaborate more. I believe as a result of this, I might be bombarded with less questions from them due to time constraints; hence less chances of me giving wrong answers.
Do you think by not enabling them to know everything they had planned to know about me would leave them with a negative experience of me? Or since they are talking so keenly about themselves, it must mean that they like me already and are comfortable with how things are going?