Purplebricks launches advertising campaign with new positivity slogan

August 12, 2019
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Hybrid estate agent portal, Purplebricks, has seen its fair share of downs in recent news, but all is not bleak. The website has launched a new advertising campaign without showing any sign that anything is amiss.

Instead its message is: “You’ll be totally sold.”

It features a couple, Tony and Judy, who say they are totally sold by the service they received from their Local Property Expert, Sebastian.

The pair had thought Purplebricks was purely online – but discovered otherwise.

The advert looks very compliant with warnings clear at the end that extra is charged for viewings, and that a fee is charged regardless of whether the property sells or not.

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