Yes, I couldn’t believe this but it’s true, I’ve just read on the Telegraph that a house featured on Grand Designs is to be given away FREE on Twitter.
All you need to do is sign up for the house’s Twitter feed by visiting www.twitter.com/pixhome
The £800,000 property has failed to sell, so the owner, Tim Bawtree, has decided to try this Twitter route.
Actually, he wants to use the Twitter traffic to get advertisers to buy advertising space on a website linked to the Twitter page.
Each advertising block costs £200 and to cover his costs, Bawtree needs to sell 90% of the blocks.
A house winner will be chosen at random from those who have signed up to follow the free house Twitter feed.
don’t go for this is my advice .
i entered previous incarnation of this competition ( cheltenham house ) paying for tickets, only to find that the competition and rules then changed to this twitter type comp as original was deemed illegal.
goalposts changed after entry & purchase which is unfair .
have asked nicely but no return of original money .