EweMove signs exclusive marketing deal with View Agents

View Agents' boss Simon Whale has announced the initiative alongside EweMove Managing Director Nick Neill.

Simon Whale, Kerfuffle

 Estate agency review website View Agents has signed a deal with hybrid agency EweMove to help the firm bolster its brand development and digital marketing strategy.

The deal was unveiled at EweMove’s annual conference during which EweMove boss Nick Neill took to the stage with Kerfuffle and View Agents Chief Executive Simon Whale (main picture) to outline the benefits the collaboration brings.


EweMove, which operates under The Property Franchise Group (TPFG), says the deal will ensure that every EweMove agent will be able to better utilise their customer service successes and positive reviews and win even more referred business.

Nick Neill, EweMove
Nick Neill, EweMove

Nick Neill says: “In today’s digital-first landscape, reputation is vital – a credo that underpins every aspect of this groundbreaking partnership. In a world awash with options, a sterling reputation sets the foundation for trust, credibility, and ultimately, success.”

And he adds: “To all EweMove agents, this partnership promises a plethora of opportunities. From enhanced visibility in a crowded market to a deeper, more meaningful connection with their own clients, the fusion of View Agents’ technological expertise with EweMove’s industry-leading service is a really powerful combination.”


View Agents Chief Executive Simon Whale says: “After having acquired View Agents for Kerfuffle, partnering with  EweMove was one of my first goals as I’ve long been impressed by their incredible online reputation around Trustpilot where they have that magic combination of huge amounts of reviews backed up by a stellar 4.7 star rating.

“What we’re going to help EweMove with is ensuring they are seen that way across multiple platforms, that their agents choose to target, whether that’s Google, Facebook, Yell or many others.”

The Neg revealed earlier this month how TPFG’s merger with Belvoir has created an industry behemoth making it arguably the second largest estate and letting agency network behind Connells.

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